F.A.Q - How do i determine steering cable length? – Boat Steering Australia

F.A.Q - How do i determine steering cable length?

F.A.Q - How do i determine steering cable length?

Do you need to replace your current control or steering cables? Are you building a boat from scratch or are installing them for your first time? BSA offers a huge selection of steering cables and styles to meet your needs. Below is a quick introduction on how to measure control or steering cables.
Most of the common brands include Mercury, Suzuki, Nissan, Tohatsu, Selva, Honda, Mercruiser, Volvo, OMC, Johnson, Evinrude, Yamaha most BSA brands work for many outboard applications, as well. BSA boat steering systems are perfect for renewing or replacing steering components on your pride and joy.
How to Measure Steering Cables “Measure Twice. Order Once.”

m66 boat steering cableM66 Outboard Steering Cable
Please note for mechanical systems methods of attaching below:
Mechanical Steering Configurations will suit Honda, Suzuki, Force, Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury, Mariner, Nissan, Tohatsu, Yamaha, Yanmah outboard engines.
The M66 Steering Cable is a proven design and well made steering cable. These cable will replace your Teleflex SSC62 or SSC92 or older Morse D345 cable. Same quick connect feature. Example of part numbers ssc6206, ssc6207, ssc6208, ssc6209,ssc6210, ssc6211, ssc6212, ssc6213, ssc6214, ssc6215, ssc6216,ssc6217,ssc6218,ssc6219,ssc6220, ssc6221, ssc6222, ssc6223, ssc6224, ssc6225: Easy Example: ssc62(number) or ssc6215 would be a 15ft cable.
 
Note: Hydraulic Systems will pickup directly from manufactures bracket: Below methods of attaching don't apply! (see model chart for matching configurations suits Honda, Suzuki, Force, Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury, Mariner, Nissan, Tohatsu, Yamaha, Yanmah outboard engines.

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