Steering Connector Kit P/N 434575
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- hurt boat operator, passengers
- damage the machinery
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This kit contains all hardware to connect boat mounted, push-pull, mechanical steering to 5 thru 8 models.
Cable-over-pullet steering equipped boats require steering pulleys and lap links not provided in this kit.
Use steering system components that comply with ABYC (American Boat and Yacht Council) standards. For help to select steering components, see your DEALER.
Read these instructions completely before starting work.
To the new owner
Retain these installation instructions with your Operator's Manual. They contain installation and maintenance information for future reference.
Contents of kit:
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Apply grease to all threads and pivot points for lubrication and corrosion
protection. When grease is specified use Triple-Guard® grease. Make no
Mechanical steering installation
Assemble spacer (3) onto pivot screw (4) apply liberal coat of grease to screw and spacer.
Install clevis (5) on pivot screw with offset facing hex head. Install spacer nut (2) onto pivot screw and tighten securely.
Install steering bracket (8) onto pivot screw as shown. Install locknut (1). Tighten to a torque of 18-20 ft. lbs. (24-27 Nm).
Cable over pulley steering installation
Obtain lap link (A) P/N 304411 and steering pulley (B) P/N 976366 from your DEALER. Install items on steering bracket (8) as shown.
Install steering bracket
Lay motor down. Turn swivel bracket to starboard. Align steering bracket with threaded holes in steering arm. Install mounting screws (9). Tighten screws to a torque of 60-70 in. lbs. (7-9 Nm).
Mount motor on center of transom. Install the optional transom plate (C) and motor mounting hardware (not provided). See your DEALER.
Connect cable over pulley steering
Route steering cable through pulleys and secure to cable anchor straps (not
provided). See your DEALER for other items required but not provided.
Connect mechanical steering
Install boat mounted steering cable bracket to transom. For procedure, refer to steering system manufacturers instructions. Turn steering wheel to extend steering cable. Apply a light even coat of grease to steering cable jacket guide.
Apply grease to steering cable ram hole and pivot pin (6).
Align cable ram and clevis holes and install pivot pin. Install retainer clip (7) onto pivot pin.
Post installation tests
Loosen steering friction screw (A) on swivel bracket.
Turn steering wheel from lock to lock to check for smooth operation without binding.
Make sure shift and throttle cables and steering components do not interfere with tilting of the motor. If so, reroute them to provide clearance.