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A90 Tie bar for twin outboard engine/twin UC128-OBF or UC128-SVS cylinders

A90 Tie bar for twin outboard engine/twin UC128-OBF or UC128-SVS cylinders Outboard steering systems HYDRAULIC STEERING SYSTEMS

A90 Tie bar for twin outboard engine/twin UC128-OBF or UC128-SVS cylinders

Heavy duty twin engine/twin cylinder tie bar kit for use with UC128 and UC128P “Port” version outboard cylinders. Suitable for use with Protech and SilverSteer cylinders these AISI 304 electropolished and passivated stainless steel tie bars are simple to install and allow for independent trimming of engines with minimal effect on engine alignment.

 

• Suitable for applications with dual UC128-OBF or UC128-SVS (not UC130-SVS) front mount cylinder

NOTE: in applications with single cylinder use A94 tie bar

• Allows to tilt the engines independently

• Electropolished/passivated stainless steel components and ball joints

• Applicable to engine centers variable from 26” (660 mm) to 36” (914,4 mm).

• 6 different lengths available:

A90 x 26 - 42640B - 26” (660,4 mm) twin engine centers

A90 x 28 - 42641D - 28” (711,2 mm) twin engine centers

A90 x 30 - 42642F - 30” (762,0 mm) twin engine centers

A90 x 32 - 42643H - 32” (812,8 mm) twin engine centers

A90 x 34 - 42644K - 34” (863,6 mm) twin engine centers

A90 x 36 - 42645M - 36” (914,4 mm) twin engine centers

 

WARNING: In the applications with dual UC128-OBF (or UC128-SVS) cylinder it is necessary to order a standard UC128-OBF (or UC128-SVS) cylinder (link arm attached to the starboard side of the cylinder) and a UC128P-OBF (or UC128P-SVS) port cylinder (link arm attached to the port side of the cylinder).

 

UC128 starboard cylinders:

UC128-OBF/1 - 43231N

UC128-OBF/2 - 43232R

UC128-OBF/3 - 43233T

UC128-SVS/1 - 41281U

UC128-SVS/2 - 41282W

UC128-SVS/3 - 41283Y

 

UC128P port cylinders:

UC128P-OBF/1 - 43234V

UC128P-OBF/2 - 43235X

UC128P-SVS/1 - 41328U

UC128P-SVS/2 - 41329W

 

ATTENTION: As the tiller arm position varies from engine to engine and the distance between two engines is not predictable, unexpected interferences may occur while tilting. Checking the cowling clearances with the tie bar at various engine tilt positions and turning angles is required. Should you need additional information, please do not hesitate to refer to our Technical Service.