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Old 03-27-2003, 09:44 PM
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Somebody should bid this thing up a bit.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=26456
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I have IMCO single ram hydraulic steering. Any idea how much it will cost me to buy a ram that will extend me far enough to work with this? I imagine I will have to re-prop too.
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Here's a link to their rams. Don't know if they have one long enough though. Your angle would have to change too.

http://www.imcomarine.com/pages/nev-...steering%20ram
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Nay, Sydwayz,

All you gotta do is buy an "ear" from IMCO to bolt on the side of the box (the holes positions are already dimpled on the box for it). You use your same ram.
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$950 on ebay already. Screw that. I wanted a deal.

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Somebody should bid this thing up a bit.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=26456
Thanks alot I was hoping nobody noticed that on ebay
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mcollinstn,
Just for my own knowledge, I am guessing this is what you are referring to, correct?
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Yep, those are the arms. You drill and tap the box and then bolt them on. If you go with them, contact me and I'll give you a couple of pointers. They're not very expensive, less than 2 bills each. The nice thing is that they keep the centerline of the ram on the center of the gimble so your steering wont bind. These are also the same arms you would use on a Stellings box.
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