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Tiller extension

I'm having electrical problems on my boat and while it is working well I can't use a drill on my boat. I'd like to install a tiller extension. Are there any tiller extensions that do not requirenpre drilled holes or do i need to remove the tiller, install the extension on shore, then replace the tiller?

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Re: Tiller extension

You can't even use a cordless drill or a manual drill? The holes required should be quite small.
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Re: Tiller extension

Buy yourself one of these

The Spinlock extensions look like they might just screw into place, but you're still going to want a pilot hole. https://www.spinlock.co.uk/en-US/til...c23102d826437c
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