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Old 29 January 2014, 03:14   #1
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hi, just going to start my fit out of my project sr6 and need to buy hydraulic steering(twin 75 mariners on it) wheres the cheapest place to buy it from.....cheers in advance
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Old 29 January 2014, 04:34   #2
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hi, just going to start my fit out of my project sr6 and need to buy hydraulic steering(twin 75 mariners on it) wheres the cheapest place to buy it from.....cheers in advance
Will be second hand but never seem to be to be cheap!
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Cheapest seems to be the Baystar set up, but it's only for single engines I believe.
I got a helm pump from http://http://www.phoenixmarinesolut...aulic-Steering
a few years ago for a good price.
Maybe they can help.
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Cheapest seems to be the Baystar set up, but it's only for single engines I believe.
It is, but I've seen it on a few twin installations, with a fabricated tie bar.
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I have got a single ram for twin installation, fixed to one engine and a tie bar to the other, works a treat, even if using one engine.
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I've got one,- reasonable (I think!) pm me
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