- Oct 8, 2020
- Lloyd Neck, NY
- First Name
- Boat Make
- Ellis 28 Yanmar 6LPA STP 315HP, Parker 1801 Yamaha F115
I don't believe that, there must be a way.Here is the model.
However, it seems no matter which single lever control you purchase- both control cables have to move the same way.
I believe I will have to continue with double set up for now until if/when I decide to reroute the gear cable to approach from the opposite way
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This what I have on my Wilcox 22 CC. This design has been around a very long time. We installed a similar model on a 1965 24 ft. Luger boat kit. When I got the Wilcox there was limited space on the center console and the steering wheel was more to starboard. In shifting into reverse, pulling the lever back, it was too close to the steering wheel. Upon inspection of the unit during total restoration, I noticed that the Morse unit shifter/throttle is universal and the lever can be located to either side. That was the simpler remedy of my problem.I am replacing an older Morse control unit with a single lever unit.
Upon opening up my original Morse controls I find the gear cable to be a "push" setup, and my throttle cable to be a "pull" setup.
However, the new single lever Teleflex I unpackaged today has the option of either BOTH push or BOTH pull.
So what to do?
1. Go back to dual lever control box?(Not my preference)
2. Order a single lever action that has more cable hook up options? (if they make such a thing)
3. Re-route the transmission cable from a push to a pull orientation?
4. Something else?
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