SeaStar Safe-T QC (Quick Connect) Steering System Package
The Safe-T QC Steering System is designed for power-assisted stern drive boats with steering wheels up to 16" diameter. It offers three-turn steering response for easy steering. Its 3-turn lock-to-lock capability ensures standard travel with minimal steering effort. This steering package includes 90° bezel kit, safe-T QC helm and SSC62 quick connect cable. The cable’s output ends are made of stainless steel for improved connectivity.
- Quick-connect feature for easy installation
- Three-turn steering
- 3-turn lock-to-lock capability
This system comes with quick-connect feature for easy and fast installation of the cable to the helm. No tools are required for installation.
Features of SeaStar Safe-T Qc Steering System Package:
- Ideal for boats up to 24 foot long
- No-tool installation
- 3 turns lock-to-lock
- Stainless steel cable output ends for corrosion resistance
- Standard tapered shaft
- Exceeds BIA certification requirements
- Exceeds A.B.Y.C. safety standards
Includes 90° mounting bezel (SB27484), quick-connect helm (SH5094P), 8' to 20" cable (QCC62)
|How to Measure Steering Cables: |
"Measure Twice. Order Once."
Replacement of existing Cable:
For Rotary steering cable replacement, measure existing cable as follows: Measure plastic cable jacket in inches, add 18", and round up to the next foot. Order that length cable.
For rack steering cable replacement, measure existing cable as follows: Measure plastic cable jacket in inches, add 30", and round up to the next foot. Order that length cable.
For New Installation: Measure cable routing path from wheel center to engine connection, as follows:
| A = Center line of wheel to gunwale (or deck, if routed downward), |
B = Dash to Transom,
C = Gunwale to centerline of cable connection at centered tiller.
For Cable Installations through Engine Tilt Tube:
Add A, B and C +6", then round up to the next foot. Order that lenth
For Cables Mounted to Transon, Splashwell or Stringer:
Add A, B and C, then subtract 6" and round up to the nest foot. Order
that length cable.
Cable routings (such as those found on pontoon boats) may vary
from this drawing. Confirm length by laying a garden hose along
cable path and measure run from wheel to engine connection point.