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Do you think he is still debating what to do about tiller steerring? Some people take a long time to make a decsion. If he waited 3 yrs he must have learned a lot since then and our comments must be even more useful.

The guy may have bought and sold the boat he was talking about and may be facing the same problem all over again. Hey....it could happen.
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Re: Tiller to wheel conversion costs?

Can anyone tell me if an 30' Islander MKII tiller can be converted to wheel
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Re: Tiller to wheel conversion costs?

Is this the third coming of this thread??
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Re: Tiller to wheel conversion costs?

Yes it can. Here is the conversion kit from Edison.

http://www.edsonmarine.com/support/w...pdfs/S-349.pdf
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