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Replacing TM steering cables hard? #12651408
02/28/18 05:08 PM
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Just noticed one of the the steering cables on my Motorguide is fraying under one of the flywheels/rollers on my foot pedal. Is this a better (safer) job for Southwest Parts??

Re: Replacing TM steering cables hard? [Re: rkd] #12657677
03/04/18 05:25 PM
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Or Boris TM Repair


92' ChampioN 201DCR Elite
13' Yamaha250SHO
Re: Replacing TM steering cables hard? [Re: rkd] #12657842
03/04/18 08:00 PM
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I could be mistaken, but I don't think Southwest Parts services trolling motors anymore. That's what I was told when I went for a part for my fortrex last year

Re: Replacing TM steering cables hard? [Re: rkd] #12658719
03/05/18 02:15 PM
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I have done it on a MotorGuide... If it's one of the digital tours the only trick was having to partially lift the black plastic rotor off of the shaft in the head to get the cable around it..
Tough to explain without diagrams but you can figure it out... Get er done

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