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Old 02 December 2012, 12:05   #1
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350 to 360 mm wheel

I have been replacing the helm pump and steering wheel on the rib the wheel I got is 360 mm como but there is not enough dish on it and it catches the throttle controls does anyone know what dishes are available the old one was ok but it's wrecked.
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Only got a pic of the old one
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Can you fit more spacers between the consol and the port engine control?
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Can you fit more spacers between the consol and the port engine control?
Thought about that its a last resort as the tubes rub
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mick is that ultra flex ? maybee you should got tilt steering
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was sea star before ? adrian
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The helm is the same as before its just the wheel I need with a deeper dish than the normal one its a perfect angle when your stood up
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mick look on ultraflex site as they do loads off steering wheels, i know what you want boss extension but never seen one, you could make plate for help pump so come out the dash if you wanted. adrian
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