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Old 28 November 2011, 15:44   #1
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Tohatsu with a trim-tab from an E-Boat!

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Details of OB100131 - Tohatsu 30hp long shaft C. 1995 model
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Old 28 November 2011, 16:28   #2
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Not a trim tab as such imo, I think its more of a rudder type modifacation to aid better steering at slower speeds....
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Old 28 November 2011, 17:12   #3
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Not a trim tab as such imo, I think its more of a rudder type modifacation to aid better steering at slower speeds....
What was it attached to a Thames barge?
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Weird... if the doel fins were doing their job that fin would hardly touch the water!
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Weird... if the doel fins were doing their job that fin would hardly touch the water!
For use at slow speeds ............
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For use at slow speeds ............
I'm surprised you'd know that John!
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I'm surprised you'd know that John!
I didn't I worked it out for myself!
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