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Foot pedal adjustment

Foot pedal moves too easy,causes hard to steer

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  • Caleb Aronson Jan 21, 2009

    I have a logitech steering wheel with footpedals, the steering wheel will work but the foot pedals won't

  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    The trolling motor steering requires constant correction because it won't hold its course. There is a steering cable tension screw adjustment under the front of the pedal and I have tightened it some but I'm afraid of over-tightening. Is there another adjustment for this problem? Should I lower the depth of the prop further or what?

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