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Challenger 7.4 parts

Does anyone know of a source for Challenger 7.4 parts? I need a new rurder.
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Re: Challenger 7.4 parts

How about fabricating one from 1/4" alu.
By chance does you boat have the diesel inboard?
John
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Re: Challenger 7.4 parts

Not familiar with your boat, but try Foss Foam.
The Foss Company Makes Quality Sailboat Rudders and Dagger Boards that Can Be Shipped Anywhere in the World from Newport Beach, California
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Re: Challenger 7.4 parts

John; thanks for the suggestion but I ended up getting the shaft straightened because the cost of fabricating a new one was prohibitive. No, I don't have an inboard diesel, I have a 9.9 outboard. However, the previous owner did take out the tiller and replaced it with a wheel.
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