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Old 02-06-2016, 08:45   #1
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Helm brake

Our old -985 Hans Christian needs a new or rebuilt helm break has anyone done one of those before I tear it all apart and find out I can't get parts?Sandra Jane Fratino
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Re: Helm brake

If you get the make of your helm system and give Peter a call or email @ Holland Marine Products he can point you in the rite direction, but more then likely he will have or can get the parts needed. He is in Toronto, Canada But he has customer all over the world.

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