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Old 28 March 2018, 16:10   #1
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bolt for drag link

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im after the bolt for the end of the drag link arm, the one that goes through steering arm on outboard, i have the drag link and theres just a hole at the end approximately 8mm, got a feeling there should be a bearing type collet that goes inside and then a bolt that runs through that. for yamaha v4 130hp
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Put up a pic of what you have.
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Old 28 March 2018, 17:09   #3
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re drag link

matched it up today and the length is right, i just used a standard bolt to join it to the outboard to test the steering today, it all worked but was very hard to steer, maybe with the right bolt it will be better
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hi
im after the bolt for the end of the drag link arm, the one that goes through steering arm on outboard, i have the drag link and theres just a hole at the end approximately 8mm, got a feeling there should be a bearing type collet that goes inside and then a bolt that runs through that. for yamaha v4 130hp
I've just changed mine. There was a bush through the hole in the drag link but even with that, the hole in the drag link was badly worn (not a lot of metal left at the sides of the hole) so I replaced the drag link while I was at it.
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Old 28 March 2018, 17:30   #5
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I've just changed mine. There was a bush through the hole in the drag link but even with that, the hole in the drag link was badly worn (not a lot of metal left at the sides of the hole) so I replaced the drag link while I was at it.
i guess i should just go for a new one then, there not cheap for just a steel rod
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I have a brand new one for a v4 / V6 Yamaha at home.

It is the proper v4 V6 one which is slightly chunkier than other up tie bars and latest type with inbuilt bushing.

Yours for £20 if you want it.
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I have a brand new one for a v4 / V6 Yamaha at home.

It is the proper v4 V6 one which is slightly chunkier than other up tie bars and latest type with inbuilt bushing.

Yours for £20 if you want it.
Hi Phantom, ile take it please. how do you want funds ?
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