Planetary Boat Steering – Boat Steering Australia

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Planetary Boat Steering

Planetary Boat Steering Configurations will suit Honda, Suzuki, Force, Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury, Mariner, Nissan, Tohatsu, Yamaha, Yanmah outboard engines.
Please note for mechanical systems methods in FAQ section of website.
A Planetary Gear design has three satellite gears that rotate on their axis and at the same time rotate around the central helm axis. This allows for equal distribution of engine torque over three points of the central gear, dividing and balancing the system loads. The benefits of the special design are increased system longevity, increase efficiency and less engine feedback compared to single pinion gear helms.
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.
Planetary Boat Steering Configurations will suit Honda, Suzuki, Force, Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury, Mariner, Nissan, Tohatsu, Yamaha, Yanmah outboard engines. Easy Example: ssc62(number) or ssc6215 would be a 15ft cable. Also Boat steering helm will suit Teleflex SSC62 or SSC92 or older Morse D345 cables.

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  • Hi , I have just recently brought this steering system and I’m installing it atm I’m just wondering if I need to lube the cable before I put it in or is it already lubed inside the cable . Cheers

    Mat thompson

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