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Date Posted: - Thursday - 05/ 8/14 - 3:49pm
Author: Gitano
Subject: Edson Worm Gear
In reply to: Mike Monahan 's message, "Rudderpost loose from steering on a 32'" on - Thursday - 05/ 8/14 - 2:27pm

Our Mariners have an Edson worm gear steering wheel system, unless you are fortunate enough to have a tiller.
You can Google Edson Worm Gear for details. Here is a pdf for the assembly. You should be able to look on your rudder post to see how the gear is attached. It is located below the helm seat.

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[> [> Rudderpost -- Mike Monahan, - Friday - 05/ 9/14 - 3:15pm

Thanks for the info and PDF. I will look at it.
Is it a pin or a threaded bolt?

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