Teleflex Hydraulic Steering Helm Seal Kits
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Teleflex Hydraulic Seal Kits for Helms

Teleflex offers various seal kits for their hydraulic steering helms. Seal kits are available for BayStar, Baystar Plus, SeaStar, SeaStar PRO, Hynautic, and Capilano helms. Kits for helms manufactured before 1984 require special order parts. Please call for pricing and availability.
 
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BRAND: Teleflex
Type: Hydraulic Helms Service Kit
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Teleflex Hydraulic Seal Kits for Helms
 
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5.0

hydraulic kit

By pigrock

from alabama

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Easy to Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Outdoor

    Comments about Teleflex Hydraulic Seal Kits for Helms:

    easy to install

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Money saver!

    By Master Baiter

    from Manvel, Tx

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Easy to Install
    • Easy to Use
    • High quality seals
    • Protects Well
    • Saves money
    • Visually Pleasing
    • Weather Proof

    Cons

    • Bit pricey for seals

    Best Uses

    • Made helm like new

    Comments about Teleflex Hydraulic Seal Kits for Helms:

    The seal kit arrived quickly and packaged nicely. The seal kit included all the seals to replace old ones, which is approx. 12 seals. Product was a bit pricey just for the seals, but it saved me a bundle of money doin it myself. Be aware that theses helms have tensions on them from the springs inside, so it might pop open after unscrewed. I drained the fluid and noticed a gray sludge that settled at the bottom of the helm. There are 2 small ball bearings that look like bb's that come out with the threaded screws on each side. DO NOT LOSE THOSE! Be prepared for a lot of moving parts and springs, but it's still fairly simple to rebuild.

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