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Date Posted: - Wednesday - 08/ 1/12 - 10:31am
Author: Paul M31 #106 NJ
Subject: what do you mean by helm shaft?
In reply to: Terry Kelly 's message, "Helm shaft" on - Friday - 07/20/12 - 10:13am

I am trying to picture a helm shaft and can't come up with anything on my Mariner - are you talking about the tube that comes up through the bottom in which the rudder post sits?

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[> [> helm shaft -- Terry Kelly, - Thursday - 08/ 9/12 - 3:30pm

The bronze shaft attached to the wheel on one end and the worm gear on the other.

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[> [> [> Picture of mine -- Paul M31 #106 NJ, - Monday - 08/13/12 - 3:30pm


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[> [> [> [> Helm shaft -- Terry Kelly, - Tuesday - 08/14/12 - 5:50pm

Thanks, Paul. Looks like ours.

Maybe I'm nuts, but in the sales brochure, it seems longer, so I just wondered if there were variations.

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