I don't think you would find those parts just laying around.
Originally Posted by Elcoholic
If you did find them would they need rebuilding? Probably,but
would you be able to still get those parts?
What i would do is consult EDSON company who makes all types of steering systems. They have a great catalogue that displays many types of systems.
Many bearing supply houses or places that sell hydraulic hoses and fittings could help you. First I would find out if you have the space in your boat and also the design and selection of componets.
GRAINGER supply sells many of these components and lists the specs.
Don't laugh but the folks building those low rider cars that jump up and down really know about some of the systems and may be able to help you. That is if you want to do and have some mechanical skills.
But before i did all of that I would make sure that the system you have now does not have a problem and maybe the system you have now just needs more mechanical advantage which you could get with a simpler fix. Out in the ocean SIMPLE is good. No matter where you might be. I would check to see if the rudder turns easily when not connected to anything on your next haul out. First step really.
I love the smell of fresh cut plywood in the morning.