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Complete Aluminum Anode Kit, Volvo SX

Item # 86852
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  • For use in salt and brackish water.

Our Price   $69.99

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Product Description
Anodes are an inexpensive yet important way to protect your boat. Martyr Anodes are pressure die-cast and manufactured to strict quality standards. Regularly tested for consistency, Martyr Anodes are available in alloys specific to your boating. Martyr II Aluminum Anodes are for use in salt and brackish water and proven to last longer than zinc due to increased capacity.

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  • Q:

    I have a 2004 Stingray with a Volvo SX outdrive. The boat lives in fresh water May to September and has never been in salt water. I have run a 4 blade SS 20" pitch prop for the past 2 seasons. I have noticed electrolysis taking place on the outdrive, mostly around the prop hub. The anodes are like new. Any suggestions? I thought of switching to zinc instead of aluminum if available. Thanks for the help!
    Asked on 5/8/2009 by Anonymous

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    • Staff Reviewer


      If your boat stays in freshwater, I would suggest going with Magnesium anodes.

      Answered on 2/15/2011 by Toby from Overtons Tech. Dept.
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