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« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2014, 06:11:16 CET »

@malvizzu once u hook up the aux with the main engine then the steering is done with the steering wheel otherwsie what is the use of hooking them together

@guido99 we had same probelm with another baot and a simple gromet did the trick no rattling, no nuts, bots or split pins just slide it in and BINGO

BUT the most important thing is that whatever u do u feel happy with whatever u choose to do.........

Shanook exactly what do you mean by using a grommet?  Does it mean that you place a piece of rubber onto the pin and then the whole thing slides into the bracket hole?

Im a newbie so be patient and teach me the way!
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« Reply #16 on: October 02, 2015, 13:54:47 CET »

I have linked my 2 outboards by a stainless steel solid rod, however I have to remove it to put the auxiliary up...but its only a 30 second job, just remove 2 split pins.

Initially i wanted to link them using 2 ball joints, however I couldint find any stainless steel ball joints.

I can post pics of my link in a couple of days.

Gann ara titfax xi ritratt pls!

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« Reply #17 on: October 02, 2015, 19:26:33 CET »

Ma nafx din taqdikx.
Materjal: giex banjo fittings, fly nuts u xi fittings mal-isteering rod u spare.

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