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need to know the shift lever travel length on a 2006 F115 TLR

Old 10-14-2019, 09:32 PM
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Default need to know the shift lever travel length on a 2006 F115 TLR

Need some odd-ball information and I've struck out with Yamaha and Uflex --- I'm building a new center console for my RIB and the Uflex B85 Single Lever Control has a two position connector for the shift cable...I need to know the shift lever travel length on a 2006 F115 TLR...Uflex gives two choices...67mm (2.64") or 78mm (3.07")

My old eyes won't let me see the caliper well enough to make choice looking at the Yamaha 68V-44117-02-00 Bracket installed in the lower cowling.

Can anybody give me that dimension ?????

Old 10-15-2019, 06:53 AM
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FWIW, the cable 'throw' of a standard Yamaha 704 remote looks to be ~60 mm

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Old 10-17-2019, 08:10 AM
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Default Another Question if you don’t mind ...

Were the pictures you shared at the Control Box end of cable or Engine end ?

Yamaha tech said the SHIFT CABLE is a Push to Go into Forward but when I’m looking at motor it seems that the situation is To go into Forward the Shift actuator is a Pull movement ... can you ad any comments ...

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