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Newport 30 tiller replacement

Hey gents, I hope life is good.

I just recently bought Newport 30. Great boat for the money paid.
The original tiller was broken, and was replaced with the makeshift one by prior owner. Now I want to install the replacement tiller.
I have seen several tillers fairly cheap on defender, I am just not sure what size would be appropriate.

Since the tiller bushing is flushed with the deck(bottom of the cockpit), I want to buy tiller that has upcurve in the end- similar to the one on defender site.


Still the question is what specs am I looking for when it comes to getting tiller for Newport30.

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You need to ask these people.

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You might try IdaSailor Marine looks like an interesting company, never did business with them.

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Re: Newport 30 tiller replacement

I had a custom tiller built for my Newport 30. I put in a huge arc, so that the tiller could get over the cockpit benches. There is a guy in LA that does this for about 100$. I don't remember his name, but I was recommended to him by the guys at Downwind Marine (a local sail shop in San Diego). He builds stuff for them.
Really pretty - mahogany and Oak - very strong.
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Re: Newport 30 tiller replacement

why not build your own laminated tiller its not hard to do. my tiller is fine but i was bored and took it off to build a carbon fiber tiller
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Re: Newport 30 tiller replacement

check these guys. Products
I have seen one on a C30 but have not used one. looked good and it was not expensive.
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carbon fiber is not a bad idea - if you can find one for a reasonable price
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Re: Newport 30 tiller replacement

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I had a custom tiller built for my Newport 30. I put in a huge arc, so that the tiller could get over the cockpit benches. There is a guy in LA that does this for about 100$. I don't remember his name, but I was recommended to him by the guys at Downwind Marine (a local sail shop in San Diego). He builds stuff for them.
Really pretty - mahogany and Oak - very strong.
You do realize that this is a 4 year old thread. I'm guessing the OP found a tiller quite some time ago.

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