Is there a good company to rebuild a Teleflex Hydraulic Steering Unit?

RangermanRangerman Posts: 56 Greenhorn
I read an earlier post where a poster was advised to use boatsteer.com to have their Seastar hydraulic steering rebuilt.  My hydraulic steering is leaking, but I have a Teleflex unit.  Is there a good hydraulic steering rebuilder that can rebuild a Teleflex for a reasonable price?

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  • shamrock1188shamrock1188 Posts: 272 Deckhand
    Teleflex in now Seastar same company.
  • waldnerrwaldnerr Posts: 1,010 Officer
    I recently had a 21-year-old H80 Hynautic (now SeaStar) helm leak on my 167 Egret, and had difficulty finding anyone who worked on this unit. I finally came across http://boaterstore.com/service.html, and decided to give them a try. They received my helm on a Friday and it was shipped back to me on Monday afternoon. They aren't cheap, but the work was excellent and amazingly fast. I'll definitely use them again, if needed.
  • BarrellBarrell Posts: 1,045 Officer
    edited September 15 #4
    Just go to a local hydraulic shop that works on tractors, backhoes, etc. Even most John Deere dealers. I paid $12 for a cylinder rebuild.
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