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Tartan 30 rudder removal

I am installing Edson wheel in 72 Tartan 30 Need to know how to remove the bronze foot at end of rudder and skeg. I have removed two bolt but that has had no effect.
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Tartan 30 rudder removal

I removed the rudder on my ''72 T-30 about 15 yrs ago. As I recall, I had to remove the bronze shoe with some hammering, remove the collar in the cockpit, dig a hole, and carefully lower the rudder and shaft. Sharp raps with a 16-oz brass (or lead) hammer may work. Good luck great boat, we has ours for 18yrs. Curt Koster



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Hi,
I was wondering if you could tell me how to remove collar in the cockpit. It looks like bracket just clamps down on the post. I have removed the bolts and bronze shoe, but I haven't gotten it to budge. Should it lift strait off, or does it twist and lock? Thanks for any Information!
Trent
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