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Old 04 March 2009, 09:59   #1
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Wanted yamaha 40h tiller arm

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I was wondering if anyone hapenned to have a tiller arm for a Yamaha 40H 3 cylinder two stroke outboard knocking about in the back of there garage.

If so could you possibly contact me with the condition and price please.

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Old 04 March 2009, 10:40   #2
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Old 05 March 2009, 06:41   #3
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Now Ive had a look, don't think its the one your after but here it is anyway.
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Old 05 March 2009, 07:36   #4
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Hi Sam,
Many thanks for trying but I dont think this will fit.I have bought a tiller similar to this thinking I could modify it,only problem is I need one with one throttle cable (morse type cable) and on opening the throttle the cable needs to pull the carb linkage open whereas the one I have pushes so it goes in the wrong direction for opening the carb linkages.

Once again many thanks for trying.

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Old 05 March 2009, 11:09   #5
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Howy,

Try these:

http://www.seaworthymarine.co.uk/mainindex.htm
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Old 07 March 2009, 04:25   #6
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Help please!!!!!!!!!

Many thanks Gibbo for the link but unfortunately he hasnt got one.
Went to a certain marine dealer in Manchester yesterday and ended up being shafted for an old tiller that still doesnt fit....

Does any one please please please have either a replacement (or one that will fit) tiller arm or mechanism that will replace this.When opening the throttle the cable must pull not push.It is the morse type cable.
On this setup there is a disc with teeth on that meshes with the throttle cable which acts like a worm.Both the disc and cable are worn on this tiller.
I am open to buying a different type of tiller if need be that has the offset on the same side as this one to bolt onto the bracket and that has the morse type cable that when the throttle opens the cable pulls rather than pushes the carb linkage to open the carbs....
Initially I was told that I needed a Yamaha 40h tiller as this would fit,but the engine is actually a Yamaha 50,its a bit of an oddball that has a few people puzzled.But I have since discovered that it was supplied to a few Thundercat race teams by Yamaha to use to see if it could be used in the race series about 9 or so years ago.It is the yamaha bluey grey and seems to not be the standard setup.

Getting to the end of my tether now and any suggestions will be enthusiastically recieved..

HELP PLEASE.....................
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Old 07 March 2009, 12:00   #7
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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME,I AM STARTING TO LICK THE LOUNGE WINDOW AS I CAN SEE THE SEA FROM THERE........

See photos above...

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Any tiller arm will do,as long as it fits,,,20,30,40,50hp,it must have the morse type single cable that when opening the throttle the cable pulls and not pushes.

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