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Q:I installed the steering cable (Seastar 137) backward, in other words reversed. How do I get the cable out after it clicked in?Asked on 7/11/2015 by Jack from St.Petersburg,fl
Please make sure that you have removed the cotter pin. Then you should be able to turn the cable counterclockwise until the cable releases. Do not twist or snatch on the cable as the end may break.
SteveAnswered on 7/13/2015 by Anonymous
Q:I have a 16ft Fibreform boat with a 90 hp Mercury motor. Is this compatible?Asked on 2/14/2015 by Bob from Phoenix, Az.
Yes. The Teleflex Safe-T Quick-Connect Steering System will work with just about any style boat.
SteveAnswered on 2/16/2015 by Anonymous
Q:1965 star craft
with 1997 50 hp outoard
how do you measure for new steering kitAsked on 9/3/2014 by loopen12 from florida
A:Please see the link to the image below that shows how to measure for the length of your steering cable.
http://s7d4.scene7.com/is/image/GanderMountainOvertons/29527_L2?$highres3$Answered on 9/4/2014 by Product Expert from Overtons
Q:I have a 18ft Bass buggy. Pontoon need new steering cables. Not sure if rotarey or rack and pinion. How do I tell and how do I measure length of csblesAsked on 3/1/2014 by rookie
The first thing you will need to do is look behind the steering wheel to see if you have a long bar (Rack and Pinion) or a round box (Rotary) with a cable coming out of the top and bottom.
Then you will need to remove the existing steering cable so that you can measure the length. You will only need to measure the black cable part and not the ends that are not covered with a plastic sheeting. Then round up to the nearest foot.
SteveAnswered on 3/3/2014 by Anonymous
Q:lowe 18 ft pontoon boat--will these cables work on itAsked on 2/4/2010 by bobby from meridian ms
A:These cables will replace OEM rotary cables and after-market rotary cables. The key is that you need to know whether your system is rotary or rack and pinion and replace with the same system that you had because it is much more difficult to switch between rotary and rack and pinion.Answered on 2/9/2010 by Justin from Overton's
Q:when measuring steering cable is length of outer sleeve the correct sizing measurement?
DennisAsked on 1/6/2010 by Anonymous from birmingham al
A:If you pull up the item once again and take a look at the alternate picture provided, that will explain how the steering cable is measured. If you have any other questions, please call 1-888-683-7866 and we will be happy to assist you.Answered on 1/13/2010 by Bryant from Tech
Q:is this a no feed back system?Asked on 10/23/2009 by Anonymous
A:This item is not a No Feedback. You would need item # 22786.Answered on 10/26/2009 by Chad @ Overton's from Greenville, NC
Q:I have a 12 foot gamefisher aluminum boat will it worksAsked on 7/21/2009 by Anonymous
A:If you have a rotary system on your boat this is a great replacement. If you have a rack and pinion system currently then you need to replace it with a rack and pinion system. Either system can potentially work on you application, but you need to replace it with the same kind that is currently on there for the easiest installation.Answered on 12/7/2009 by Justin from Overton's Technician
Q:I have a Hallett Jet boat 1976 with a 460 ford what would be the right steering system for this 19 foot boatAsked on 6/30/2009 by big dog from Altadena ca
A:Please contact our tech department. 1-800-334-6541Answered on 8/7/2009 by Casey Marine Buyer from Overtons
Q:I have a 1985 17ft mcgee with a 70 hp evinrude. Will this sysytem replace my current one easily?Asked on 6/29/2009 by dee from statesville nc
A:More information need. Please contact our tech department. 1-800-334-6541Answered on 8/7/2009 by Casey Marine Buyer from Overtons