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Subject: Re: Lee helm

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Date Posted: 21/06/06 20:18:54
In reply to: Dave Stevenson 's message, "Lee helm" on 20/06/06 0:04:24

Hi Dave,
The usual prob is weather helm and solution is to move top of rudder to rear of stock( wedge or Tie). Its poss you have leading edge sloping too far forward giving lee helm if so try moving top of stock forward ( or lower part aft.If not, what mast rake do you have? Adjusting this can help but note changes carefully so you can return to known setting as datum if prob worsens .

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