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Replacing an O'Day 22' Rudder

The rudder to my 1976 22' O'day sailboat was recently stolen. Anyone have some tips on good places to look for a replacement, either online or in the Long Island, NY area? Also, I've seen online prices for this piece of equipment for as much as $500- which seems high to me. What do you think is a ballpark amount for replacement cost?

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Please let me know what you find out ,I have need for the same , I am in west coast of BC
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I am in the same boat.. has anyone found a Oday 22 rudder?(is it a fixed rudder or a cruising rudder) If you have any information PLEASE contact me!

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These are even more expensive, but they are a quality product. Bought one for my previous boat, and there was a noticeable difference in performance.

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yes i noticed this website but for the price($869+S&H)...the boat should drive itself haha
Is there any website where it can be found for less... it doesnt have to be new.

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No, they make them themselves. Didn't figure you'd want to spend that much, but thought you should be aware of them.
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