Harmony Kayak Rudder Kit

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Harmony Kayak Rudder Kit - Rudder-Ready Kayak Rudder Kit - When the going gets tough, sometimes you just need a little help! This kayak rudder kit is specifically designed to fit your Perception Essence, some Wilderness Systems Tarpons and Tsunami's, and tandem Pamlico's. A kayak rudder can aid your steering in high winds or currents. Anglers have also found a rudder to be a handy tool when trying to land the Big One. If you are paddling in ever-changing weather conditions or you're an angler looking for an advantage, consider adding a rudder to your kayak. It'll make your paddling as efficient as possible in all kinds of circumstances!

Traction and Grip:

  • Crimpers or vice grips


  • Tape measure
  • Instructions included
  • Includes rudder, foot pedals, cables and all other necessary hardware
  • Ultralite Tarpons
  • Scissors & a marker
  • '09 to current Tsunami 135, 140, 145, 160, 165, and 175
  • Phillips screw driver
  • 7/16" socket wrench
  • Aluminum rudder blade
  • Small tube of sealant
  • 11/32" wrench
  • '09 to current model rudder-ready Tarpons (100 and 130 not rudder ready compatible)
  • Cable cutters
  • Lighter
  • 4 lbs.
  • Perception Essence
  • Drill w/ 5/32" bit
  • Tandem Pamlico's
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Harmony Kayak Rudder Kit Review:


I ’ ve got an older model Tarpon Airalite that I ’ m just not ready to get rid of yet. The rudder allows me more control in high wind situations. It was fairly easy to install and definitely worth the time. Don ’ t fight the wind. Cheat and get a rudder!

Ted Wilkens at OutdoorPlay.com on 07/14/2009