Seastar Teleflex Morse Cable Steering

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Description

Seastar Teleflex Morse Cable steering
Mechanical cable steering consists of a rotary helm assembly with a 90 degree or 20 degree bezel kit. This helm connects to a single, Push – Pull cable. The other end of the cable attaches to the Rudder or Outboard and is anchored using a connection kit to suit the relevant application.

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Outer Cable End

Cable Length

To calculate cable length required. Measure:

A  from the centre of the steering wheel to the gunwale

B  from the dashboard to the transom

C  from the gunwale to the mounting point of rudder / outboard

For rudders (and outboards without Thru tube):

Cable length is A + B + C {Less 10cm (4 inches) for each 90 degree bend}

For outboards WITH Thru tube:

Cable length is A + B + C + 30cm {Less 10cm (4 inches) for each 90 degree bend}

USE THE NEXT SIZE ABOVE THE CALCULATED LENGTH.

Cables are available in 1 foot increments.

To identify an existing cable:

Most cables are marked with part number and length on the cable jacket towards one end of the cable. Older cables could be metric in 0.25m increments.

Or to measure a cable, the measurement of a cable is taken from the point the cable attaches to the helm to the end of the cable in the mid stroke position. (as example below)

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Various anchor kits are available for the rudder / outboard end

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