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Teleflex No Feedback Twin Cable Rack-and-Pinion Steering System, SS152

Item # 22821
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  • Teleflex model: SS152

  • Available lengths: 12' - 16'

  • 4 turns lock-to-lock


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teleflex Setting the standard in marine steering for more than 40 years, Teleflex offers steering solutions for virtually every boat on the water today. This No FeedBack Systems locks out the steering loads which cause hard-to-handle steering. Take advantage of Teleflex steering and rediscover the joys of boating. Designed for professional performance, the Pro Rack features patented NFB technology and twin cables to handle the steering loads in single non-power-assisted outboards up to 24' with top speeds above 50 mph. The back-mount design makes it easy to install. 4.0 turns lock-to-lock. Standard 3/4" tapered shaft. Meets NMMA requirements and ABYC standards.
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Teleflex No Feedback Twin Cable Rack-and-Pinion Steering System, SS152

Teleflex No Feedback Twin Cable Rack-and-Pinion Steering System, SS152

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