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Old 11 November 2010, 08:21   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: isles of scilly
Boat name: Still Miss behavin
Make: Ribcraft
Length: 6m +
Engine: 250 suzuki
Join Date: Dec 2003
Posts: 129
need a replacement steering ram assembly

wonder if anyone can help me ..
i have a uflex performax steering assembly on a 250 suzuki and the barrel of the steering ram has corroded out around the pipe fittings screwed into it...

ideally i am trying to trace/source the same unit so i can just swap it straight over but after various goggle searches i cant seem to find anyone who sells this stuff..

i can find lots on seastar and ultraflex but nothing other than a usa picture of the ram unit i need..
its looking like i'm going to have to change the unit completely.
currently the unit i have is allen bolted into the front of the engine block and there is a single tie bar on one end of the ram.....all the others i've found are connected through the engine tilt tube and have a ram that is connected at both ends to a bracket.

are these actually better out of interest ?

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