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Old 23-04-2008, 17:39   #1
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Location: Point Richmond, CA
Boat: Cal 39-Mk III - "Allegria"
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WH Autopilot & Installation Anxieties

I'm getting ready to buy a below-decks AP for my Cal 39 & have been following the AP posts/poll/etc w/interest. Based on a reputation for bullet-proof performance and accessibility (yes, I got Mr. Hamm on the phone too) I'm leaning toward a WH P-3C w/the Edson conversion kit. Looking at the array of components posted by "Born Free,"as well as other posts re: hydraulics, my concern is that the hydraulic conversion installation looks like a nightmare. I'm interested in user installation experiences involving a basic Edson cable/quadrant set-up w/constrained space and, second, what's the feel/impact of the ram on steering when the AP's disengaged?
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