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help. need tiller

need info on tiller for a 26 ft ranger
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help. need tiller

If you need only the wood portion Boat US has that. Check their website. If you need the dimensions on the fitting that connects the tiller to the rudder post let me know and I''ll measure it off mine.

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thanks for the info on boat us for thr tiller. i needed the wood part. someone gave me a number of company in the northeast but i lost it before i could call. thanks
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help. need tiller

I recently ordered a replacement tiller from H&L Marine Woodworking in California for my Hunter 25.5 they will fax you out a catalog of tiller shape.
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