UFlex™ Rotary Single - Cable Tilt Steering Helm

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UFlex™ Rotary Tilt Steering Helms.

Features the planetary gear design to reduce steering loads, and create a more balanced steering system: Rotary single-cable tilt steering helm:
  • Standard 3/ 4 " taper shaft
  • Lock-to-lock steering wheel turns: 3.8
  • Maximum allowable steering wheel diameter: 16"
  • Not to be used with engines that exceed the maximum horsepower rating of the boat has easy drop-in replacement
ZeroTorque single-cable tilt steering helm:
  • Tilt ZeroTorque helm for easy, safe steering
  • Patented clutch mechanism eliminates the continuous load on the operator caused by propeller torque
  • Ideal for larger outboards and surfacing propellers

Also available is the Tilt Mechanism for your Steering Helm. Provides for an automotive look and feel... has a 48° tilt range and five locking positions. Requires for use of tilt helms.

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