We support the Volvo Penta 110S Saildrives with genuine spare parts, Volvo Penta anodes, oil and seals plus Saildrive paint to protect the 110S from corrosion. Always fit genuine anodes to your 110S Saildrive to protect it from corrosion. Volvo Penta 110S anodes are made to exact specifications to protect the Saildrive.
Zinc anodes should be used in saltwater use. A Magnesium version should be used for freshwater. In brackish water, maybe consider an Aluminium version. Anodes should not be mixed on any installation and should be inspected as often as possible, especially if the boat is in a marine environment with shore power around. If the anode is worn by more than a third, it will need to be changed, due to its surface area being reduced.
Always use genuine Volvo Penta 110S anodes to ensure maximum protection on the 110S Saildrive. We also supply Volvo Penta 110S Saildrive fixed and folding propellers and can help you with sizing a propeller if required.
Two-part Zinc hub Anode for older type 2 blade folding propeller on a shaft, Part Number 852018. This anode kit fits the rectangular blade type props and not the later curved blade type folding propellers.
The 3 part folding hub anode 3858399 should be checked regularly to ensure the propeller is protected from corrosion.
The hub anode needs to be changed every year to protect the folding propeller from corrosion, especially if the yacht is kept in a marina.
Saildrive rubber diaphragm seal kit for 110S, 120S, 130S, 150S and MS25S Saildrive. Volvo Penta recommends that replacement of the Saildrive diaphragm seal is carried out every seven years as a minimum.
Volvo Penta Clamping Ring for 110S, 120S, 130S, 150S and MS25S Saildrive. This is the Saildrive clamping ring above the diaphragm.
Genuine 2 and 3 bladed fixed propeller cone kit for a Volvo Penta Saildrive using a new style (current) fixed prop that doesn't now use a plastic washer. This kit contains the cone and bolt for the current style propeller. You cannot use an old-style cone that uses a plastic washer with the current propeller design.