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Teleflex Baystar HK4200A


 
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Our Price: $499.99

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Teleflex Baystar Hydraulic Steering System - HK4200A-3
Designed for smaller OB's. Low friction hydraulic steering system. 4.5 turns from lock-to-lock. Balanced cylinder, features compact design that fits most splashwells. Cylinder provides full engine movement.Compact helm has 5'' footprint & needs 3'' dash hole (standard or Tilt). Standard 3/4'' tapered steering shaft. Fast, easy installation. Meets A.B.Y.C. standards & N.M.M.A. certification requirements. Includes; helm, cylinder, fittings, tubing, oil, fill kit & detailed instructions.

NOTE: Kit Comes Packaged With HC4645H Cylinder. Some outboard makes/models may require a purchase of a different cylinder than what is included in the HK4200A kit or a separate adapter kit. Please review application chart below to see what cylinder is needed for your outboard.

BayStar Steering Kit (HK4200A) Includes:
1 x BayStar helm pump (HH4314)
1 x BayStar Cylinder (HC4645H)
1 x BayStar Tubing kit (HT4420H, 2 x 20′ hoses)
2 x Hydraulic Steering Fluid (HA5430)
1 x Filler Kit (HA5438)



HK4200A Application Guide (PDF)

HK4200A Application Guide (PDF)

Installation Guide (PDF)

Teleflex/Seastar Steering Selection Guide (PDF)

Manufacturer Part Number: HK4200A-3

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 14 Write a review.


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Installing system was a breeze April 15, 2015
Reviewer: Charles aka Wildcat Dude on BBC from Smyrna TN  
On my Mercury 60hp 4 stroke, installation was a breeze. The only hard part was the console backing plate on the Tracker PT175TF. My buddy used a Rockwell tool to go around the rim of the recessed area and then we removed the Tracker backing plate. My buddy then made me a new backing plate.

We did not have to disassemble the cylinder as it was perfectly centered just as it was out of the box. Old Steering system easily removed and bleeding was just a little messy but not bad.

Directions are very good but read carefully. I cut the top out of the fill oil bottle, so we could pour back in the oil once we were done bleeding the cylinder at the back and before we started bleeding the helm.

The helm took longer to bleed than the cylinder did in our case. We kept rotating the steering wheel back and forth until NO air whatsoever was evident going to the fill bottle.

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Teleflex (SeaStar Solutions) Baystar Hydraulic Ste April 13, 2015
Reviewer: Todd Cooley from Tuscaloosa, Alabama  
So far the best purchase for my boat. The cable system should have been the first item that was replaced when I bought the boat new. Very easy installation with the help of a friend. Motor torque in the steering is gone with better steering/handling with no fatigue with long runs on the water. The only thing missing that this kit needed was a back plate for the helm to mount too behind the dash for more helm stability as my console is a formed plastic and the factory hole for the steering is a little bigger than the helm hole is required. Built my own back plate and it works perfect. Would highly recommend to anyone that still has the cable system, you won’t be disappointed.
2006 BASS Tracker 17.5 TF w/75 hp Mercury FourStroke


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Best addition to my vessel April 11, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Texas  
Great product works very good

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Worth the effort April 9, 2015
Reviewer: Jon E. from Tacoma WA  
Used to replace OEM Teleflex cable system on 16 foot Whaler with 75 HP Honda. Removal of the old system was the hard part, ended up using hacksaw on the old helm and at the outboard motor end as well, everything was easy enough to cut.

I pulled a string into the chase-way as I pulled the old cable out, but it went under other cables/wires so I used the slack in my depth finder wire to pull the new hoses in (they are quite stiff and springy). All items bolted up easily and the directions were good.

I did the bleeding by myself by connecting both hoses to one of the slave cylinder ports with the cylinder collapsed at that end, and then purging all of the air by turning the steering wheel. The whole system took less than half of the oil supplied, so I feel pretty confident that my way was a good way.

I used a new Schmidt wheel with an integral speed knob and am very happy with the result.

Good luck!

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Baystar hydraulic steering April 7, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Spokane, WA  
Very smooth and worth the money!

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