EZ Steer Auxilary Steering - Outboard to Outboard Kit
With the E.Z. Steer System, you can safely and easily steer your auxiliary outboard engine from your boat's main wheel, even if one is raised or tilted. It lets you pilot your "kicker" with an unrestricted view of what's ahead. You'll no longer have to hang over the transom to steer your auxiliary through stormy weather, and you won't be in the way of the fishing action, either!
Designed for auxiliary engines up to 25 horsepower, there's a kit to fit every outboard and outdrive engine, even if you have a swim platform. EZ Steer also fits most sailboats! The E.Z. Steer system has a patented, self-adjusting stainless steel rod that attaches between your boat's main and auxiliary engines. The system makes your auxiliary engine mimic the movements of your main engine, so you can steer your auxiliary from the main wheel. There is no need to disconnect the rod, it will self-adjust and steer the auxiliary engine as long as you can steer your main engine, even if one is raised or tilted.
EZ Steer Features:
- Increases safety and convenience
- Lets you steer your auxiliary engine from your boat's main wheel
- No more steering while hanging over the transom with a restricted view
- The patented Self-adjusting, stainless steel rod attaches between your boat's main and auxiliary engines
- There is no need to disconnect the unit to make a main power run
- It's the only self-adjusting auxiliary steering rod
- Perfect for hassle-free trolling and boating.
Outboard to outboard brackets fasten with stainless bands. Fits most 2 stroke motors and some 4 stroke motors. Measurement for rod is from center of each motor.
EZ Steer Instructions
- The steering rod consists of two stainless steel tubes. To assemble, simply insert the inner grooved tube into the outer smooth tube with a twisting motion. Extend or contract the rod to the approximate length.
- Attach one end of the rod to the main unit bracket, pushing the quick connector's movable collar down. Insert the end of the ball joint into the quick connector and release the collar.
- The end should now be held securely in place. Repeat for the other end.
- Reverse the order to remove the rod. Now check for tension.
- The rod is preset to approximately 20# of pressure and should adjust to compensate for this position.
- Do not oil or grease the rod, as it will gum up and cause damage to the inner rod.