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Old 13 August 2018, 09:37   #1
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Baystar steering hose suppliers?

Anybody know where to get hold of replacement Baystar hose sets? The product code is HT4420H but can't find them anywhere. I'd take an alternative tube if anybody can tell me the spec.

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Have you tried Hypro Marine
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If your looking for the had plastic tube type hose that’s standard with the Baystar kits I have plenty of them.
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Those are the ones I currently have and they have been fine. Could you be persuaded to pay with a set?
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£40 inc post inc 2x tube nuts for helm end.
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Sounds good. Should have asked, are they unused?

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Little bit off topic maybe but a comment on use of nylon tubing for outboard steering installations. Had a baystar kit about 6 years ago (for outboards) that arrived with that black, rather thin, stiff nylon tubing. After some research found out that SeaStar do not recommend use of those tubes on outboard steering installations. Kind of strange as they where included in that kit meant for outboards. Think the design now has changed, but not 100% sure.
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Sounds good. Should have asked, are they unused?

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Davie, your mail box is full! The hoses have arrived, many thanks. Could you let me know a phone number so I can call and pay up please?

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