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1. Canada Metal - Mercury O/B Zinc
$39.99 list($40.43)
2. Canada Metal - Grouper Zinc
$555.00 list($799.95)
3. Teleflex - Baystar Hydraulic Steering
$24.99 list($25.99)
4. Sea Bowld - Yamaha Outboard Anode
$11.99 list($14.99)
5. Performance Metals - Aluminum
$1.99 list($2.99)
6. Canada Metal - Pencil Zinc 1/4''
$4.99 list($6.99)
7. Canada Metal - Mercury Button
$11.99 list($16.99)
8. Canada Metal - Mercury Fin Large
$5.99 list($6.06)
9. Canada Metal - Suzuki Pl55/140
$4.99 list($6.99)
10. Canada Metal - Pencil w/ Bronze
$36.99 list($39.08)
11. Canada Metal - Omc Outdrive Zinc
$18.99 list($26.99)
12. Canada Metal - Omc Square Plate
$3.99 list($5.49)
13. Canada Metal - Pencil w/ Bronze
$19.99 list($21.49)
14. Sea Bowld - OMC Waffle Block Anode
$19.99 list($29.99)
15. Canada Metal - Hull Pl9 1/4''
$9.99 list($10.78)
16. Canada Metal - Donut Collar 3/4''
$5.99 list($8.49)
17. Canada Metal - Sea Strainer Zinc
$16.99 list($21.49)
18. Performance Metals - Aluminum
$13.99 list($19.99)
19. Canada Metal - Shaft Zinc 1 3/8''
$6.99 list($9.99)
20. Canada Metal - Pencil w/ Bronze

1. Canada Metal - Mercury O/B Zinc Plate
by Canada Metal
list price: $12.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AYDYT
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
Sales Rank: 17905
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Product Description

Boater's World is your Sacrificial Anode Center. We want to make sure engine troubles don't keep you from having fun on the water! No matter where you choose to do your boating, we have all the right products to help take care of your boat.Read this quick overview on how to protect you engine from corrosion!What causes corrosion?Seawater is a good conductor and freshwater a bad conductor, so corrosion is worse in seawater.Generally, corrosion rates increase in proportion to the amount of oxygen in the water. However, cracks and crevices, which are areas starved of oxygen, become anodic and corrode also.Higher temperature increases corrosion rates - doubling for every 30 degrees C (55 degrees F). There are various types of microorganisms that can contribute to corrosion, either by removing protection or causing a corrosive environment.Why do I need anodes?You need anodes on your engine because when two different metals are in contact, electrons will flow from the more negatively charged metal (anode) to the more positive metal (cathode). If you want to protect both types of metal from corrosion, you must add a third metal such as zinc, although magnesium and aluminum are also used. This active metal becomes the anode for both metals.The zinc or aluminum sacrifices itself to protect the other two metals, hence the term "sacrificial anode" ... Read more


2. Canada Metal - Grouper Zinc
by Canada Metal
list price: $40.43
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPRU
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
Sales Rank: 27897
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3. Teleflex - Baystar Hydraulic Steering System
by Teleflex
list price: $799.95
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Asin: B0000AXYH0
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Teleflex
Sales Rank: 35433
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Product Description

Perfect for boat with less than 150hp!The new Baystar system from Teleflex continues their long-standing tradition of bringing comfort and safety to boating. Just like Seastar, the Baystar provides smooth and reliable Hydraulic steering. The difference is that Baystar is specifically designed for single station outboard boats with engines under 150 HP (certain high performance models excluded). 4.5 turns lock to lock for easy maneuvering no matter what the situation. ... Read more

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4. Sea Bowld - Yamaha Outboard Anode Skeg
by Sea Bowld
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B0000AY8WJ
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Sea Bowld
Sales Rank: 62052
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Product Description

Boater's World is your Sacrificial Anode Center. We want to make sure engine troubles don't keep you from having fun on the water! No matter where you choose to do your boating, we have all the right products to help take care of your boat.Read this quick overview on how to protect you engine from corrosion!What causes corrosion?Seawater is a good conductor and freshwater a bad conductor, so corrosion is worse in seawater.Generally, corrosion rates increase in proportion to the amount of oxygen in the water. However, cracks and crevices, which are areas starved of oxygen, become anodic and corrode also.Higher temperature increases corrosion rates - doubling for every 30 degrees C (55 degrees F). There are various types of microorganisms that can contribute to corrosion, either by removing protection or causing a corrosive environment.Why do I need anodes?You need anodes on your engine because when two different metals are in contact, electrons will flow from the more negatively charged metal (anode) to the more positive metal (cathode). If you want to protect both types of metal from corrosion, you must add a third metal such as zinc, although magnesium and aluminum are also used. This active metal becomes the anode for both metals.The zinc or aluminum sacrifices itself to protect the other two metals, hence the term "sacrificial anode" ... Read more


5. Performance Metals - Aluminum Anode - Power trim Anode
by Performance Metals
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B0000AXW9X
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Performance Metals
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Product Description

Performance Metals Premium Aluminum Sacrificial AnodesAll metals immersed in an electrolyte, like sea water, produce an electrical current.When two dissimilar metals are in contact they produce a galvanic cell (like a battery), with the less noble metal (like Aluminum or Zinc) forming the anode and the more noble metal (such as Stainless Steel) forming the cathode.The anode sacrifices itself by corroding, or giving up metal to protect the cathode - hence the term sacrificial anode.Why Are Performance Metals Premium Anodes Better?Performance Metals anodes are made from Aluminum/Indium alloy.This Aluminum/Indium alloy is more active, providing better protection than traditional Zincs.Aluminum anodes are essential for Mercury stern drives as Zinc does not provide sufficient protection.Mercury recommends aluminum anodes for both salt and freshwater on their stern drives.Aluminum anodes last 40 percent longer than zinc anodes.Plus, Aluminum anodes self-clean in fresh water while Zinc anodes form a coating that limits their effectiveness within a few months.Performance Metals premium aluminum anodes include the required hardware for mounting. ... Read more


6. Canada Metal - Pencil Zinc 1/4''
by Canada Metal
list price: $2.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPTK
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
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7. Canada Metal - Mercury Button Zinc
by Canada Metal
list price: $6.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPPQ
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Boater's World is your Sacrificial Anode Center. We want to make sure engine troubles don't keep you from having fun on the water! No matter where you choose to do your boating, we have all the right products to help take care of your boat.Read this quick overview on how to protect you engine from corrosion!What causes corrosion?Seawater is a good conductor and freshwater a bad conductor, so corrosion is worse in seawater.Generally, corrosion rates increase in proportion to the amount of oxygen in the water. However, cracks and crevices, which are areas starved of oxygen, become anodic and corrode also.Higher temperature increases corrosion rates - doubling for every 30 degrees C (55 degrees F). There are various types of microorganisms that can contribute to corrosion, either by removing protection or causing a corrosive environment.Why do I need anodes?You need anodes on your engine because when two different metals are in contact, electrons will flow from the more negatively charged metal (anode) to the more positive metal (cathode). If you want to protect both types of metal from corrosion, you must add a third metal such as zinc, although magnesium and aluminum are also used. This active metal becomes the anode for both metals.The zinc or aluminum sacrifices itself to protect the other two metals, hence the term "sacrificial anode" ... Read more


8. Canada Metal - Mercury Fin Large
by Canada Metal
list price: $16.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPPZ
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Boater's World is your Sacrificial Anode Center. We want to make sure engine troubles don't keep you from having fun on the water! No matter where you choose to do your boating, we have all the right products to help take care of your boat.Read this quick overview on how to protect you engine from corrosion!What causes corrosion?Seawater is a good conductor and freshwater a bad conductor, so corrosion is worse in seawater.Generally, corrosion rates increase in proportion to the amount of oxygen in the water. However, cracks and crevices, which are areas starved of oxygen, become anodic and corrode also.Higher temperature increases corrosion rates - doubling for every 30 degrees C (55 degrees F). There are various types of microorganisms that can contribute to corrosion, either by removing protection or causing a corrosive environment.Why do I need anodes?You need anodes on your engine because when two different metals are in contact, electrons will flow from the more negatively charged metal (anode) to the more positive metal (cathode). If you want to protect both types of metal from corrosion, you must add a third metal such as zinc, although magnesium and aluminum are also used. This active metal becomes the anode for both metals.The zinc or aluminum sacrifices itself to protect the other two metals, hence the term "sacrificial anode" ... Read more


9. Canada Metal - Suzuki Pl55/140 Hp
by Canada Metal
list price: $6.06
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPSU
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Boater's World is your Sacrificial Anode Center. We want to make sure engine troubles don't keep you from having fun on the water! No matter where you choose to do your boating, we have all the right products to help take care of your boat.Read this quick overview on how to protect you engine from corrosion!What causes corrosion?Seawater is a good conductor and freshwater a bad conductor, so corrosion is worse in seawater.Generally, corrosion rates increase in proportion to the amount of oxygen in the water. However, cracks and crevices, which are areas starved of oxygen, become anodic and corrode also.Higher temperature increases corrosion rates - doubling for every 30 degrees C (55 degrees F). There are various types of microorganisms that can contribute to corrosion, either by removing protection or causing a corrosive environment.Why do I need anodes?You need anodes on your engine because when two different metals are in contact, electrons will flow from the more negatively charged metal (anode) to the more positive metal (cathode). If you want to protect both types of metal from corrosion, you must add a third metal such as zinc, although magnesium and aluminum are also used. This active metal becomes the anode for both metals.The zinc or aluminum sacrifices itself to protect the other two metals, hence the term "sacrificial anode" ... Read more


10. Canada Metal - Pencil w/ Bronze Plug 1/2''X2''
by Canada Metal
list price: $6.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPU6
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
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11. Canada Metal - Omc Outdrive Zinc Cobra
by Canada Metal
list price: $39.08
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPSJ
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
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12. Canada Metal - Omc Square Plate
by Canada Metal
list price: $26.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPQE
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
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13. Canada Metal - Pencil w/ Bronze Plug 3/8''X1-3/4''
by Canada Metal
list price: $5.49
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPU3
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
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14. Sea Bowld - OMC Waffle Block Anode
by Sea Bowld
list price: $21.49
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AY2YC
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Sea Bowld
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Boater's World is your Sacrificial Anode Center. We want to make sure engine troubles don't keep you from having fun on the water! No matter where you choose to do your boating, we have all the right products to help take care of your boat.Read this quick overview on how to protect you engine from corrosion!What causes corrosion?Seawater is a good conductor and freshwater a bad conductor, so corrosion is worse in seawater.Generally, corrosion rates increase in proportion to the amount of oxygen in the water. However, cracks and crevices, which are areas starved of oxygen, become anodic and corrode also.Higher temperature increases corrosion rates - doubling for every 30 degrees C (55 degrees F). There are various types of microorganisms that can contribute to corrosion, either by removing protection or causing a corrosive environment.Why do I need anodes?You need anodes on your engine because when two different metals are in contact, electrons will flow from the more negatively charged metal (anode) to the more positive metal (cathode). If you want to protect both types of metal from corrosion, you must add a third metal such as zinc, although magnesium and aluminum are also used. This active metal becomes the anode for both metals.The zinc or aluminum sacrifices itself to protect the other two metals, hence the term "sacrificial anode" ... Read more


15. Canada Metal - Hull Pl9 1/4'' X 3 3/8''
by Canada Metal
list price: $29.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPUX
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

16. Canada Metal - Donut Collar 3/4''
by Canada Metal
list price: $10.78
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPRX
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

17. Canada Metal - Sea Strainer Zinc Dok
by Canada Metal
list price: $8.49
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPW1
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
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18. Performance Metals - Aluminum Anode - Trim Tab Anode
by Performance Metals
list price: $21.49
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXWAS
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Performance Metals
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Performance Metals Premium Aluminum Sacrificial AnodesAll metals immersed in an electrolyte, like sea water, produce an electrical current.When two dissimilar metals are in contact they produce a galvanic cell (like a battery), with the less noble metal (like Aluminum or Zinc) forming the anode and the more noble metal (such as Stainless Steel) forming the cathode.The anode sacrifices itself by corroding, or giving up metal to protect the cathode - hence the term sacrificial anode.Why Are Performance Metals Premium Anodes Better?Performance Metals anodes are made from Aluminum/Indium alloy.This Aluminum/Indium alloy is more active, providing better protection than traditional Zincs.Aluminum anodes are essential for Mercury stern drives as Zinc does not provide sufficient protection.Mercury recommends aluminum anodes for both salt and freshwater on their stern drives.Aluminum anodes last 40 percent longer than zinc anodes.Plus, Aluminum anodes self-clean in fresh water while Zinc anodes form a coating that limits their effectiveness within a few months.Performance Metals premium aluminum anodes include the required hardware for mounting. ... Read more


19. Canada Metal - Shaft Zinc 1 3/8''
by Canada Metal
list price: $19.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPR7
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

20. Canada Metal - Pencil w/ Bronze Plug 5/8''X2''
by Canada Metal
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AXPUA
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Canada Metal
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

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