2015 Prostar - Anyone Grinding the Rudder?
We are trying to set up a 2015 Prostar. The rudder does not have an adjustable tab; and for the record that is ridiculous. That decision by Mastercraft is just absurd. How is there any possible downside to having an adjustable rudder? But I digress; has anyone had to grind the opposite side (port side) of the rudder to get some of the torque out of it. Seems as though this would help our situation with how it drives. It seems to be very sluggish to respond to placement from the 1-3-5 side. The response is very asymmetrical. I would expect some; but, not as much as we are experiencing.
Any feedback would be much appreciated.
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