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Old 07-12-2015, 11:54   #1
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How to link outboard with tillers on an EDELCAT33

I have an EDELCAT33 circa1995.it has a yamaha15hp on a builtin pod. i would like to link it to the rudders when the engine is tilt down in operation. Looking for ideas. The tillers have maasive tubes and a cross bar. I have nonstetch rope steering via blocks, etc. In Miami the mooring field and any docking space is very crowded, one engine setup forces to turn both the engine and rudder to have any decent turning radius. Currently the engine is stand along, kick start, F-N-R and throtke all by hand

Any ideas are welcome
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