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Old 06-19-2002, 10:47 PM
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I to was wondering about the steering.

And yeah with him at the throttles anyone could prob steer

You are in edgewater? And his well, sorta new(you know the story on the old one in edgewater) shop is right up in Arnold right? What marina are you at, I work for GNC part time and am sometimes at the Edgewater location.
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Old 06-19-2002, 10:52 PM
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Sometimes Rudders are dropped out for shipping I have seen that a lot overseas

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Old 06-19-2002, 11:01 PM
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The drives you see are called Tri-max and were designed in europe, they are based on an Arneson they trim but do not steer usually a single rudder is used
 
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I am at Turkey Point marina on South River. It's owned by Todd Harper (Team Extreme, Extreme M'Ocean) . So we have a lot of pretty cool iron in and out of there I've ridden with Art once and chased him a few times, but I'd be happy to strap into that Cat for a ride

Steve-I figured there might be some rudders somewhere but couldn't see them on my "fly-by"

God knows that is the last time I will ever pass that bad boy
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Last year I saw one of those boats go through Milwaukee. Even though I was headed in the oposite direction, the boat really stood out! I jumped on the board trying to describe the swooping rear deck, and people imediatly knew what it was! I never found out who's boat it was though, as it was only raw glass. Not a drop of paint was on it.
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Old 06-20-2002, 12:28 AM
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The Drives are the Arneson/BPM Drives that have been fixed (made non steerable) and use a center rudder in the tunnel to steer the boat.

The drives are still trimable up and down by the use of a trim cylinder that is mounted at the rearward part of the drives. They made a bussel to mount the trim cylinder to as well as have a place to mount the rudder.

Take a look at the pictures of "Running Wild" or is it "Running Brave" in the smoke on the water poker run thread. They have the exact same setup.
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