SeaStar Teleflex steering cylinder HC5319 BA175-7TM

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  1. Gurryman

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    SeaStar steering cylinder, HC5319 BA175-7TM. This was removed from a new boat after sea trials and replaced with power steering. $550
     

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    Good deal.

    Just bought one in June and it was $799 with commercial discount. Reg 900 something.

    Anyone needs one I would jump on it.
     
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    SeaStar steering cylinder, HC5319 BA175-7TM. This was removed from a new boat after sea trials and replaced with power steering. $550 Would a commercial helm hh5217 work with this cylinder ? How many turns would it have ? Thanks for any help .
     
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    The HH5217 is a 1.7 cubic inch helm. HC5319 Cylinder is 13.7 cu/in volume, so from center to hard over would be 4.03 turns. Lock to lock 8.06 turns.
     
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    I haven't looked at this very hard yet, is it about what I need in my 32 Holland?

    Is this the standard sort of single cylinder?

    8 turns lock to lock seems like alot coming from boats that have 4, but is that kinda normal with an inboard I've never actually counted; or do they make helms which turn them quicker?

    At the moment pressed for time, will look it up and see what is sold out there; if it is the right thing and makes sense for the $$ (versus buying a kit if they sell such a thing w/ all the parts) I certainly will take it.

    Thanks!

    Jon
     
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    I would get the 3.0 Helm for that ram, then you would have approximately 4.5 turns lock-lock.
     
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    Thanks for info on the turns Gurryman bigger than I need , great deal , good luck with the sale .
     
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    They use a tiller w/ 6 inches center to center in these boats normally; I should measure to see what I need there but I do need some minimum amount of tiller on mine to clear the prop cleanout, unless I want the cylinder mounted such that the base is toward the transom, which creates a goofy access problem.

    Without getting too technical about it I estimated the turning radius w/ a cylinder that has 7 inches of travel, and a tiller 6 inches center to center, and came up with something like 30 degrees from center (or 60 degrees total).. Seems like a minimum to me but never once considered this... Does anyone have an idea how much radius is normal on a rudder?

    Jon
     
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    Price Drop, $500
     

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