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RickW

Measuring control cables

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Outboards: 
Measure from control along unobstructed cable 
routing to center of outboard. Add four feet to 
allow for loop which provides unrestricted engine 
move ment. Round up to next whole foot and order 
required cable part number. (Last two digits of cable 
part number equal cable length in feet.)
Inboards & Stern Drives: 
Measure from control along un ob structed cable 
routing to shift and/or throttle con nec tion. Round 
this di men sion off to the next whole foot and order 
required cable part number. (Last two digits of cable 
part number equal cable length in feet.)
 
Inboards & Stern Drives: 
Measure from control along un ob struct ed cable 
routing to shift and/or throttle con nec tion. Round 
this di men sion off to the next whole foot and order 
required cable part number. (Last two digits of cable 
part number equal cable length in feet.)
 
Note:  This is for control cables, not steering cables.

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