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Edson Wheel

Does anyone have any leads on used edson wheels? Looking for 30" maybe 32" with 1" shaft.

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minnie yatch surplus or sailorman yatch surplus.

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For nominal fee I'll swing by Bacon & Associates in Annapolis and look for ya

http://www.baconsails.com/index.html

Seriously, give em a shout, I remember seeing a few there my last visit.

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Go buy a Catalina and the wheel comes with it!!!

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And...if you get a Portagee SLED...YOU GET TWO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And Carbon Fiber..... Much lighter!!!! But again maybe you don't have space...




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Here you go T. Did some research for you. THis one should work well on your boat and a golf cart.

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... and if you want something a little more luxurious, this one should do. SHould be the right size. I think I know where this guy parks his cart...

http://www.blockbustergolfcars.com/i...OD&ProdID=6765
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Used Edson Wheel

I'll be in Annapolis and at Bacon's late next week, and I'd be glad to look for you (no charge). Email me at marinewoodwork@gmail.com if I can help.

Also, I got my Edson 24" and Edson 28" on eBay. There's always Edson wheels on eBay, though as the season heats up, the prices rise dramatically. I got the two above for $80-110 each, in early spring.

Also, up my way, there's two marine consignment stores I think are great. Actually, one's good, one's great. Good is Marine Consignment of Wickford (RI) and they specialize in all kinds of stuff for older boats (1960-90). They don't sell anything new and they don't respond to emails, though their site says they do. Just call 'em.

The great place is Newport Nautical in Newport, RI. You'd think Newport prices would be high, but he's the lowest of anyplace I've found. Upstairs is the new stuff, downstairs is just intense. Mr. Heaton likes to keep the stuff moving, so it's priced to sell.
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The reason Giulietta needed two wheels on his boat is so that someone can correct his steering...

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