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Old 11-09-2019, 12:36 AM
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I don't have one but looks like a teleflex Rotary helm and available from most dealers... issue finding a New replacement or just after a used?

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I may have one, I'll check the shop and let you know
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I don't have one but looks like a teleflex Rotary helm and available from most dealers... issue finding a New replacement or just after a used?
Id like a new one but I didnt know what make/model it was. The places around here were no help theyre not really into offshores though.
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Just from the pic it looks like a cable steering with Power assist ( pump on engine to T-Plate) - standard steering system

In Ontario - Land and Sea (Mercury accessory division), Hutchings Marine (Bracebridge) are just two wholesale'rs that stock the rotary kits (Sea Star Kits) so its just a matter of finding a dealership/ parts dept that will open a book and actually look in it vs. just blowing you off ...

If by chance it has to be ordered in, mass orders are coming in before April b/c of the Spring booking orders have to go out to dealerships before season starts

Basically same requirements as the Rack systems (Cable length and dash requirements * Tech support is very good)...

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Originally Posted by speicher lane View Post
Just from the pic it looks like a cable steering with Power assist ( pump on engine to T-Plate) - standard steering system

In Ontario - Land and Sea (Mercury accessory division), Hutchings Marine (Bracebridge) are just two wholesale'rs that stock the rotary kits (Sea Star Kits) so its just a matter of finding a dealership/ parts dept that will open a book and actually look in it vs. just blowing you off ...

If by chance it has to be ordered in, mass orders are coming in before April b/c of the Spring booking orders have to go out to dealerships before season starts

Basically same requirements as the Rack systems (Cable length and dash requirements * Tech support is very good)...

For Example:

SeaStar Solutions
I was hoping to get away with just replacing the helm as there's over a quarter turn of slack in the wheel
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Its a Morse rotary helm and cable. Teleflex bought Morse out years ago and then all that turned into Sea Star Solutions but a cooler / frig company owns all that currently..
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Teleflex safe T looks like it. Find many on eBay, some used and new.
i just bought new cable for mine. Helm good.
Make sure your power assist in back ain't worn out.




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