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Date Posted: - Thursday - 04/ 1/10 - 12:00am
Author: Craig M31-25 Hibou
Subject: autohelm
In reply to: kaizen m31 #148 's message, "looking to buy autopilot any suggestion on best and easy to install," on - Tuesday - 03/30/10 - 7:08pm

I put a Raymarine unit on Hibou; can't remember the model number. It's similar to Paul's but the unit that turns the wheel is mounted to the back of the wheel. And, it doesn't have the belt drive.

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[> [> photo -- Craig M31-25 Hibou, - Thursday - 04/ 1/10 - 12:03am

Look at the last photo in the owners listing. On the wheel you'll notice a gray disk. That's the drive unit for the autohelm. The control unit is mounted next to the engine controls.

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