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Is your boat between 8 to 20'?
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You may have to print this page to get the full view of the picture on the remote control cable requirement and measurement.
I only has the new Mercury catalog at home. I will check an 2002 book for official Mercury "remote / big tiller kit" for Bigfoot on Sunday morning.
I will email you more information around 2pm PST Sunday.
SS141 Teleflex Rack Steering
(Free Wheel) 14 Foot System
TheTeleflex Rack features the precision and comfort of four turnslock-to-lock and replaces 1984-date Teleflex and Morse rack steeringwithout dash modifications. (Requires use of included SSC134 Back MountRack cable.) For single station use only. Components are available fordual cable systems, but we recommend No-FeedBack steering for all dualcable steered outboards. Precise, easy 4 turns lock-to-lock. Fast, easyinstallation: back mount design allows quick placement in dash PLUSmounting hardware fits industry-standard Telflex "The Rack" and MorseCommand 200 rack holes.
How to measure for Rack Steering System
HowTo Determine Cable Length. For New Installation: Measure cable routingpath in boat as follows: A= Center line of wheel to gunwale. B= Dash totransom. C= Gunwale to centerline of cable connection at the center ofthe tiller. For Tilt Tube Mounting, add A, B & C + 6", round up tonext even foot. For Transom/Splashwell/Stringer Support Mounting, addA, B & C, then subtract 6" and round up to the next even foot.Measure Existing Cable as Follows: Measure Existing Cable as Follows:Measure Existing Cable as follows: Measure plastic cable jacket(casing, dimension "Y") in inches, add 30", and round up to the nexteven foot. Order that length cable. If you have any questions about howto measure for your cable call toll free. 1-888-923-6558
Cables available 8ft-18 & 20ft.
Please call for Additional Sizes
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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