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Tiller Head Monitor Fitting

Hi All:

I am in line to have a new 34 built by PSC. I have scheduled the boat to be built with tiller steering (instead of a wheel). I will be fitting a Monitor vane self-steering system and I remember seeing somewhere an arrangment that allowed the tiller to be moved up and out of the way with a fitting on it that pointed aft to which the Monitor lines attached (aft of the tiller head). Has anyone done this with a PSC34 and if so, how was it attached to the tiller?

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Monitors on PSC's

Congradulations and welcome to the community!

I don't know if you've seen it but Scanmar has a good site for PSC installations: http://www.selfsteer.com/boats/view.php?boatTypeID=660

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Sam:

I checked out the Scanmar site. Excellent! Thanks for the tip.

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