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Old 06-29-2005, 03:34 PM
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Yes, very much so.
This will help if your steering is old and has more slop too. The idea is that you are applying more or less pressure against the steering wheel when driving rather than this all the time:

Just sand or file a bit of the trailing edge of the desired side of the rudder at a time and lake test it. you want more pull, you take more material off until you reach the desired amount of "rudder torque"
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