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Old 09 August 2016, 15:29   #1
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Tiller Extension.

Looking for a tiller extension. It's for a 20hp Honda 4st, don't think that makes a difference?

Ideally telescopic with a range in region of 600mm (24") to 900mm (36"). Postage would be required as I'm out in the sticks.

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I have one but it starts at about 700 MM from memory it clamps around the twist grip let me know if of any interest.

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Thanks, I'll have a measure again tomorrow, sounds like it could work. Could you confirm the retracted and extended measurements.
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Fraser.

its 880 -1400 mm fully out bit too long i suspect.

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its 880 -1400 mm fully out bit too long i suspect.

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To my front seat (the only seat) from end of outboard tiller it's 900mm, so i think it'd be a tad big. At 1400mm i'd be out the boat
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To my front seat (the only seat) from end of outboard tiller it's 900mm, so i think it'd be a tad big. At 1400mm i'd be out the boat
No worries I don't like them to be honest it's sat in the shed since I tried it
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It's just so I can sit further forward in the chop, between transom and seat to try and keep the bow down.
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Yep understand but for me moving it at that length didn't make me feel in control personnel thing
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Tiller extension.

Hi there, iv'e got a tiller extension you can have for 20, posted, the sizes are on the pics, its in perfect nick and comes with a rubber insert to fit most tillers, and i used it on my 380s yam inflatable and it was the perfect length for that boat so should be good for your's.
I no longer have that boat so no need for it, it cost me 30, + postage.

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Hi there, iv'e got a tiller extension you can have for 20, posted, the sizes are on the pics, its in perfect nick and comes with a rubber insert to fit most tillers, and i used it on my 380s yam inflatable and it was the perfect length for that boat so should be good for your's.
I no longer have that boat so no need for it, it cost me 30, + postage.

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Gerry,

Excellent, it should do the trick. I'll send you a PM.

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