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Teleflex 3300 Throttle Cable
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Teleflex 3300 Throttle Cable Customer Questions and Answers

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Is this the replacement shift cable for cc22319?

Asked on 08/15/2016 by Kyle Russell

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I don't know. The Quicksilver control cable 22319 appears to be for the Mercury Outboard. I would talk to a Mercury dealer to see if a Teleflex 3300 series would work, note that it looks like you need 19 feet so you will need a similar size 3300. I have used the 3300 for decades with great service

Answered on 08/15/2016 by Ted Raitch
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Yes- Also note that you will need the 19 foot cable as denoted in your part number CC22319

Answered on 08/15/2016 by VINCE FARRIS

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We never had time to fit it before Chicago - Mac race and boat sank in the race due to broken carbon fibre rudder shaft. So, cable was submerged for a day or 2 before salvage.

Answered on 08/15/2016 by GORDON MACKENZIE

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That is the part number the cross reference chart calls out- just remember to order the connection harfware or plan to use the hardware off the old installation (that is what I ended up doing) cheers

Answered on 08/15/2016 by VINCE FARRIS

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don`t know sorry john r

Answered on 08/15/2016 by JOHN RUSATSKY

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I ordered CCX63319...which I believe to be the replacement for cc22319???

Answered on 08/15/2016 by Kyle Russell
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does this cable fit for the shift as well as the trottle?

Asked on 07/18/2016 by Undisclosed

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yes it will work for shift and throttle as it installed it for my 90hp Yamaha. just make sure of the ends and how long you need it

Answered on 07/19/2016 by FRED DAVIS
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yes in most cases

Answered on 07/19/2016 by CHARLES SMITH

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yes it does and it wors well

Answered on 07/19/2016 by KEVIN HAMPTON

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On my vessel it does - I suspect that is true for most installations. I carry a spare cable that is the length of the longest run - there is adequate room to loop the extra length for the shorter runs. Often the cables are held in place by split rings, having split ring pliers around and some spare split rings is a good idea. Those split rings have an uncanny ability to fly off into the recesses of a bilge.

Answered on 07/19/2016 by HARRY MILLER

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This cable works for both shifter and throttle on my yamaha 2004 F60TLRC using a standard yamaha control box.

Answered on 03/26/2018 by Joh
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This cable versus Edson Cable for approximately $80. Does it have the same smooth operation? I saw an Edson cable that can be bent in a tight horseshoe shap an still move smoothly, will this do the same?

Asked on 02/24/2015 by John M

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I don't have an experience with Edson Cable but I purchaced this Teleflex 3300 cable several moths ago to replace a broken OEM shifter control cable between flybridge and lower helm controls on a 38' Bayliner and it worked like a champ. My application didn't require a super tight bend but it did make two 90 degree turns and then another almost 180 degree turn in the last 4 feet. Works great for me. Good luck.

Answered on 02/25/2015 by BRYAN LUST
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These have a minimum 6" bend radius, and do work smoothly, not sure what the Edson cable is.

Answered on 02/24/2015 by Rick White

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Thank you Lynn, Since the boat was new the control cables were stiff. Only last year did they become impossible to deal with. I plan on changing them out this spring, thank you for the input. I'll be sure to write and let everyone know the difference. john

Answered on 02/25/2015 by John M

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Thanks Bryan, Like I said to Lynn, I have been battling a very stiff throttle for some time now and this spring it goes. I'll be purchasing the cables and thanks to all of you I now how to proceed. I'll post a reply as soon as the job is completed. Tanks again John

Answered on 02/25/2015 by John M

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I bought this cable to replace a long run of 33c red jacket 31 feet I had modified the access for my upper station and only needed 11 ft runs the 3300 is capable of tight bends much better than red jacket and is very smooth i operations I did concider edison but desided 3300 was a better cable, in fact it was so good I plan to use it to replace the 50 ft runs to the engines. I hope thi helps

Answered on 02/25/2015 by LYNN YOUNG
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What is the maximum length go the Teleflex throttle cable available. I need at least 10-12 meters. Is this possible?

Asked on 07/03/2018 by Ryan from Fiji

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Yes, there are longer cables available than we have posted on in the dropdown menu. Please call one of our techs at (800) 497-0010 for more details.

Answered on 07/03/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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It's not that big

Answered on 07/03/2018 by ricky.long
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Will this cable fit my 1972 Chrysler 55hp 14'? Where can I find pulley that I see routing the existing cable? Thanks

Asked on 06/15/2016 by Rogelio Lomas

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the cable work just fine on my 90yamaha motor just make sure you have the right ends

Answered on 06/17/2016 by FRED DAVIS
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not familiar with 55 chry

Answered on 06/16/2016 by CHARLES SMITH
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What is the distance between the stationary clamp/pin on the sending end of the cable and the tip where it connects to the throttle lever? I'm looking for a 10' cable with 10.5" measurement between the points described earlier?

Asked on 09/10/2021 by Chuck from Green Cove Springs, FL

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Type 3300 cables are identical at each end. Control cables are measured from end to end so your only options are a cable that measures a total of ten feet, or a cable that measures a total of eleven feet. Nominal travel on type 3300 cable is 3".

Answered on 09/15/2021 by Paul
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Can I get a throttle and shift cable in an 8' length? It's for a Johnson/Evinrude control? I only see 10' listed Thanks

Asked on 10/12/2018 by Bill from Deadwood, SD

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Unfortunately the 10 foot cable is the shortest one I know of. Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S8, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

Answered on 10/13/2018 by martyeld
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Will this work to replace throttle and fwd/reverse shifting cable from pedestal to engine and transmission on a 2000 Catalina Mk II 34 ft. sailboat? Thanks!

Asked on 07/15/2017 by Tony from Johnson City, TN

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Yes if the ends are 10-32 thread and a 3300 type cable.

Answered on 09/27/2017 by JD Tech Team
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i have a Morse throttle cable description D32377-003-216.0 do you carry this cable?

Asked on 06/26/2016 by Undisclosed

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It looks like it will be the TEL-CC33218 18' CABLE with 10/32" threaded ends.

Answered on 03/10/2017 by
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are both ends the same with cc clamp ends?

Asked on 02/18/2013 by mike vargas

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This is a universal cable, both ends are threaded. Thank You.

Answered on 02/26/2013 by Kerry Souza
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