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Teleflex Safe-T II NFB Steering System
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Reviews for Teleflex Safe-T II NFB Steering System

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July 30, 2021

Great parts and fitment worked great
By Curt from Ga

Verified Purchase

Have 2000 whaler called JD .s and talked to jim he help me with my order for steering kit gearbox.and cable ordered and came in 3 days installed and works great thanks

August 5, 2019

Seems well built and easy to install
By TD from Louisville Kentucky

Verified Purchase

17' was the right length for my '81 Boston Whaler Montauk Thanks

July 18, 2019

Fully met expectations for my 1980 13 ft. Whaler
By ScottD from North Kingstown, RI

Verified Purchase

Rehabbed a 13' classic Whaler with new mahogany and 2019 Yamaha F40. Telefax Safe-T II NFB installed perfectly using supplied template to cut and drill through new console. Cable is a bit stiff, but, careful installation planning made it easy to install. Sea trial was thrilling with new motor complimented by excellent steering control.

June 19, 2018

Steering system
By Northern65 from Ny

Verified Purchase

Put this on my Whaler and work well

March 19, 2017

Excellent Product
By HP from Long Island NY

Verified Purchase

This steering head is just as it says- no feedback. It takes a bit more force to turn than a no feedback, but the trade is well worth it to not have the wheel "drift". Paired with the Edson Power knob, the combo is easy to use. I would advise anyone replacing a steering head to purchase this. I would like to thank the salespeople at Jamestown, they are very knowledgeable with all their products.

March 24, 2009

Easy to install 10-15 minutes
By Joe from San Diego, CA

Easy to install 10-15 minutes that all follow the instruction and it's that easy.

January 31, 2020

Make sure it's for your boat
By Ward from Oklahoma City

Verified Purchase

When I installed it I turned the boat left it went right. I reversed the cable and drilled new holes to secure the cable into the steering gear. Actually I didn't need a new gear because the cable would have worked with my old gear

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