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  1. I have a 2006 Centurian Avalanch C4. Its been a great boat and is still in fantastic shape. Last year the steering started to get harder to turn. I read online that it was most likely the steering cable. I shopped the cable and can get one for under 200$. I have asked two dealers to quote me a price on installing it but am having a difficult time getting an answer. One wants me to bring it in and have them look at it before they will tell me a price the other has not called me back after several calls to them. Has anyone out there done this on their Avalanche and do you have any advice for me if I decide to tackle it. I believe I just have to undo the 4 bolts where the rack attaches to the steering column and then undo the cotter pin and bolt where it attaches to the rudder mechanism. It feels like there is also another small bracket about 12-18 18" forward of where the end attaches to the rudder. Does that bracket need to come off to remove the cable - I cant see or reach it very well. Any help would be much appreciated. I am 6'4" with lone arms but it is still way down there for me. Seems like there must be an easier way. Thanks for any help!
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