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  1. #26
    HendricX's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    Rotterdam - NL

    RE: RCMK steerable stern drive

    Better find yourself a needle-bearing that has needles the same size as the break-pin :-)

    And make the square on the cable VERY light-going into the joint.

    All is repairable easely , but IMHO it's not a "fool-proof" concept.

  2. #27

    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Sanctuary PointNSW, AUSTRALIA

    RE: RCMK steerable stern drive

     So what your basically saying Hendrix, go with the WD-200 drives for the longevity if you can afford it ? 
    Cheers Mick

  3. #28
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    Feb 2007
    fort lauderdale, FL

    RE: RCMK steerable stern drive

    ORIGINAL: qdemon

    Hi if I were you I would forget trying to put any kind of steerable drive on a 39'' boat they are to big, i have a pair of WD200 drives on my 58'' apache ( see my pic ) drive is 6'' in length from Transom to drive dog, and you will need a lot of servo power ( more expense ).

    Wow i did not know that they where that long [] I guess I am going to just put a AMPS z drive on her . I still wish some one made a smaller drive [&:] district 3


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