Stick Steering

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  1. jtrew

    jtrew New Member

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    I'm converting my Lowe 1648 from tiller to stick steering. Anybody got a stick steering system for sale? Send PM or call:
    501-920-7655
     
  2. olcutbait

    olcutbait New Member

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    a jon boat store in fayetteville n.c. has them go to their website and go under the store section. akmccallumco.com
     

  3. Bill in SC

    Bill in SC New Member

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    AK is good people to deal with.

    Bill in SC
     
  4. jtrew

    jtrew New Member

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    CountryHart New Member

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    Jerry, my motor blew up on my old boat. It has stick steering with johnson controls. I'll get with ya about price or whatever.
     
  6. Tuttlecat

    Tuttlecat Active Member

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    If Jerry is not interested in the stick steering, I may be. Thanks
     
  7. Kittycatcher

    Kittycatcher New Member

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    Jerry it looks like AK is the cheepest on the stik steering and it assessories, I also want this type of steering so I got save for it, then get it. :cool2: :cool2:
     
  8. bomberboat

    bomberboat New Member

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    i have one think the cable is 13 foot rated for 35 hp it's a ezy-glide brand i think. i also have a Morse stick steering head only don't know the hp rating for it. seems the cables are the same on stick steering the steering ratio in the head it seems what makes the rating. slower the ratio the larger the hp rating. so you don't over steer it for safty. ezy glide makes steering units up to 90 hp. will sell or might swap for a locator

    please email me at leserz2hotmail.com
     
  9. jtrew

    jtrew New Member

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    I'm going to be hooking it up to a 50hp, so I don't know how safe that would be.

    Has anybody on the board ever hooked up stick steering designed for 35hp to a 50hp motor? If so, how did it work? Did it make the steering too quick?
     
  10. bomberboat

    bomberboat New Member

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    the cable looks to be same diameter as on my 85 hp merc i think the steering ratio is slower on higher hp motors. i have no idea why stick steering is so much more than ones for a steering wheel. just bought a new steering for my tri hull a few days ago $143.00 tax and all. ezy-stick brand are about $275- 350.00 go figure
     
  11. bomberboat

    bomberboat New Member

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    check this out http://www.ezyglide.com/ look at the steering heads one has a longer throw that's the slow i think the one with a shorter throw one is a faster ratio . they do not show different cables so i guess the cables are the same.
     
  12. bomberboat

    bomberboat New Member

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    i checked out the two steering heads. each one is 180* turn so there both the slower ratio i guess.
     
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