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Old 14 January 2017, 16:15   #1
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throttle/gear cable route - 4m searider deluxe

Its my first rib and rig up, with engine and boat bought separately so plenty of pondering for a novice on how to rig it........
If anyone has a 4m deluxe still with the four seats layout, what length cables are you using and are you routing them under the seat boxes through the channel, or to the side first and then back to the motor. My control is centrally mounted. The cables that came with the 40hp yam are way too long, so I need to order some more
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Old 15 January 2017, 13:11   #2
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Hi Dogboy
From your remote control measure along an unobstructed route allow minimum 8" radius on bends to the motor where the go into the motor and hook up then add 3-4' for a loop that allows the engine to turn
How to Measure for Teleflex Morse Control Cable Installation
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Old 15 January 2017, 14:21   #3
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thanks for that.
Is there anyone out there with the original searider layout ?
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