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Old 22-09-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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Bristol t850 monohull bouency

The restoration is going well I'm just trying to sort out the cable steering,
Does any one know the best place to get steering pulleys from?
I've had a look on the net, all I seem to find is parts in the USA.
Also while I'm hunting for advice what buoyancy are people using in the front of the hulls,there's a big old inertube in mine but I'm not shore it's up to racing standard.
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Old 23-09-2013, 08:20 AM   #2
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stainless pulleys

theres lots of varietys of stainless steel pulleys on ebay, not sure if they are what your after tho, im pretty sure these may do , just have to source some springs
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Always used to get fittings from http://www.mainmarine.co.uk/
They did some really nice SS Tufnel pulleys etc.

Personally I would go with Baystar Hydraulic really easy to fit and really easy to steer !!
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Old 29-09-2013, 08:43 PM   #4
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Thanks for your help!
I've managed to source some pullies.
I just need to sort flotation out ( in case of a accident)
There is a huge inner tube in the nose but if i was to race it I'm not sure if UIM/RYA rules would allow it.
Does any one know what is being used in the T850s ?
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