Yes in fact that would be the best way to go. The hynautic helm makes for a heavy wheel
can you define HEAVY WHEEL.motion300 said:Yes in fact that would be the best way to go. The hynautic helm makes for a heavy wheel
motion300 said:Yes in fact that would be the best way to go. The hynautic helm makes for a heavy wheel
Wow, Scott. I haven't seen too many 14 year old boats with such a sexy transom.dominator scott said:I disagree. I have a Hynautic full hydraulic system on my Dominator and can spin the wheel with my finger.
Dextron ll, Dextron lll...same difference. Yes, this is what is used in all manuel & power-assist systems. There is a steering oil used in low temperatures made by Texaco, that HyNautic supplied with every system as standard. The advantage was slightly lower viscosity over ATF(5W versus 10W) & did not freeze & was also used in aircraft. But nobody uses it anymore in boat systems.V-FORCE said:Is DexronII the choice for these helm pumps and hydraulic cylinders? I always use Dexron III in my power steering pumps. Is Dexron II still available?
Solo said:In the process of nothing working , i see I must use the hynautic helm and storage tank.
#1 Teleflex is just not working with devider block. there are extra Ts in the hoses in back where as the teleflex doesnt have that.
There are also check valves at each exit of the teleflex and hynautic has not.
I can bleed the air out with the bleeders screws on the devider block for port and starboard like it says 1 at a time. works great untill you lock in the bleeders then wam, steering wheel is locked up tight. I belive the Hynautic helm has a two way supply/return per starboard and port ,plus the return line. Where as the Teleflex has only 1 way fluid from starboard and ports supply exits do to the check valves that I can see and feel with lines off the helm., plus the return line.
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