[Public-List] Tiller end fittings question

Gordon Laco mainstay at csolve.net
Mon Nov 10 10:59:50 PST 2008

Those fittings were made for Whitby Boatworks by Edson - who are still in
business and probably still handle the parts.  If not, they probably have
the patterns.

Their plant is not far from our warehouse in New Bedford Mass... You could
go direct, if that does not work, let me know off list and I will see if I
can help.

Gord #426 SURPRISE

On 11/10/08 1:47 PM, "Daniel Sternglass" <dans at stmktg.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> It's been a long time since I've posted to this list.... After several
> repairs including some machining and wedging brass washers into the
> tiller end fitting, I think it's time for me to replace the tiller end
> "H" fitting and probably the fitting atop the rudder post. Any
> recommendations? Ideally, I'd be able to continue to use the existing
> teak tiller, if the same fitting or one very close were abatable.
> Depending on the cost, another alternative is have a local machine shop
> make me new parts, but that might be significantly more expensive than
> something commercially available...
> Thanks,
> --Dan Sternglass
> dans at stmktg.com
> Watcher of the Skies, A-30 #201, 1966, Cayuga Lake, Ithaca, NY
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