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I honestly doubt you'll notice much difference. I've seen huge variations in tiller length in some of the development classes. I wouldn't be concerned in the least.

Edited by JimC - 19 Feb 18 at 3:44pm
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A while back I fell onto my tiller mid gybe and long story short ended up taking an inch or two off its length whilst fixing it in my workshop. I was about to replace the tiller extension anyway so just bought a longer extension so that when hiking the overall length of tiller plus extension is the same as before but obviously a greater percentage of the total length is in the extension rather than the tiller.

Have not really noticed any difference - is there any reason why having a shorter tiller / longer extension would cause an issue?

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