If steering wheel is rotated in clock wise, oil is pump out from the port (right port from the front view) into the port of cylinder (Port side).
This cause the cylinder tube move to the port side, which move the boat to right side (starboard). Oil displaced from the opposite end of the cylinder flows back to the helm pump.
For steering in the opposite direction, simply turn the helm pump the other way.
When no course corrections are required, the inbuilt lock valve holds the outboard engine stationary.
- Maximum Durability
- SS 304 Shaft
- Lock Valve Inbuilt
- Interconnecting ports (Black plugs) for dual stations of steering
- Common dash hole mount for easy replacement with other brand
- Stainless steel shaft with hard chrome plate
- Aluminum tube with anodizing
- Aluminum arms with anodizing
- Stainless steel lock nuts
- Compact Design for less space installation
- Install for single and multi engines
- Balanced cylinder : The number of turns lock to lock is equal port to starboard