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Old 13 July 2011, 15:09   #11
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Something like that, you cant go wrong for the money. Even with some repairs, its a lot of kit for the money and something to have a blast about on! Ill have to keep looking, theres always things cropping up, they all just seem to be 8hours drive away from me!
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Old 23 July 2011, 14:55   #12
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added some photos here of my 380 with the steering remotes etc if you want any particular angles let me know as it will be set up for next few days
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Old 23 July 2011, 16:29   #13
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Cheers for the link with the pics, the boats looking great. Its a good setup you have with the remotes. I wouldnt mind sorting some out for mine, but to be honest i wouldnt know where to start with what parts i would need to do it. I picked an engine up thats tiller control, and as you said earlier, it will probably cost quite a bit to do it as it didnt come with them in the first place
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Old 24 July 2011, 06:16   #14
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yes its possible especially for the bombards you just buy the cross bar steering and use the boats original seat , the remotes then screw on with the steering , can post photos of my old bombard 420 with it all setup ,it costs a bit ,but its a totally different experience, and you have much more control
i just see u have honwave has it got 2 holes in webbing that runs on the top tubes if so then should be easy as ,thiis where the cross boat steering fits
Hello hope you don t mind ,but could i ask where you can obtain

The cross bar steering,as i would like to have that type of set up on mine,Thorney
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Old 24 July 2011, 08:10   #15
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cross bar comes from zodaic or ron hale marine approx 450 i have a spare crossbar steering only(same as picy attached) which has the steering cable attached ,paid 275 for it ,before i got this boat which already came with it all setup, i would probably sell it for the same plus p&p if required ,
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Old 17 August 2011, 10:57   #16
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Hi Dino

On your throttle controls does one cable go to one side and another to the other side i.e. one for gears and one for throttle? I am in Lake Annecy at the moment and my friend has forward controls like yours but both his gear select and throttle cable go to the gear lever side where there seems to be a removable section of the engine case to accommodate this.

Mine appears to be like yours where I only have a slot where the gear selector is. Are there different kits for different years of engine? My serial number is 09815044

Also is your steering control still for sale?
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Old 13 October 2011, 22:43   #17
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mine came set-up, re outfitted when i got my yamaha 50
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Old 18 October 2011, 16:46   #18
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hi
my remotes all go to the same lever but to different sides of the outboard , my steering contorl sold 1st week advertised but i may be going back to my rib (avon searider) next year which has been garaged for the last 2 years ,so maybe consider sellling my bombard 380 and mariner 25hp with alll the steering and remotes etc, not 100% wether to hang on to it or sell at the moment but will give it some thought in the off season
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