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|tel-SS15212||12'||$594.15||$490.17||You Save 18%|
|tel-SS15213||13'||$600.32||$495.25||You Save 18%|
|tel-SS15214||14'||$606.48||$500.34||You Save 18%|
|tel-SS15215||15'||$641.05||$528.86||You Save 18%|
|tel-SS15216||16'||$647.50||$534.18||You Save 18%|
The only Rack and Pinion steering system for the high performance boater. The No FeedBack technology has been combined with the incredible precision and control of a dual cable rack and pinion system. Now more than ever, NFB means performance! The Pro Rack is offered for high performance hulls and motors - boats which have engine flutter, experience instability or simply need that extra margin of control at the helm. It's a drop-in replacement for teleflex "The Rack".
NFB Pro Rack systems are suitable for single-station, high performance boats equipped with a single non-powwer-assisted outboard (up to V-6) in wich engine flutter or steering instability is present. NFB Rack accepts steering wheels up to 16" diameter. New Back Mount design means easy in stallation; helm & cable are installed as a unit from behind dash and replace standard Teleflex rack steering with out dash modifications.
- Patented No FeedBack™ Steering mechanism.
- Dual Cables minimize lost motion in system.
- Precise feel of 4 turns from lock-to-lock.
- Minimal clutch free play.
- Standard 3/4” round tapered steering shaft.
- Stainless steel cable output ends.
- Fast, easy installation; back mount design allows quick placement in dash PLUS mounting hardware fits industry-standard Teleflex and Morse rack holes.
- Kits include: cable, helm, 90° bezel and hardware.
- Meets A.B.Y.C. standards.
- Meets N.M.M.A. certification requirements
How to Measure Steering Cables “Measure Twice. Order Once.”
Replacement of Existing Cable: If possible, find the part number stamped on the plastic jacket of the old cable. If you removed the old cable, measure for the replacement cable as follows:
For Rack Steering Cable Replacement, Measure Existing Cable as follows: Measure plastic cable jacket (“Y” dimension shown in above drawing) in inches, add 30″, and round up to next foot. Order that length cable.
New Installation: Measure cable routing path from wheel center line to engine connection, as follows: A = Center line of wheel to gunwale (or deck, if routed downward), B = Dash to transom, C = Gunwale to centerline of cable connection at centered tiller.
For Cable Installations through the Engine Tilt Tube: Add A, B & C + 6″, then round up to the next foot. Order that length cable.
For Cables Mounted to Transom, Splashwell or Stringer: Add A, B & C, then subtract 6″ and round up to the next foot. Order that length cable.
TYPICAL SINGLE STATION ROUTING
A single-cable, starboard drive push-pull mechanical cable system is shown in this diagram. If your mechanical system is different than the one depicted and/or you have any questions about mechanical steering after reviewing this guide, please contact Teleflex (Mechanical) Technical Service at (610)-495-7011 or www.teleflexmarine.com
Cable routings (such as those found on pontoon boats) may vary from this drawing. Confirm length by laying a garden hose or similar object) along cable path and measure run from wheel to engine connection point.