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Old 08-03-2014, 17:56   #1
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type 1 linear drive substitute

Has anyone used a general industrial actuator as a substitute for a type 1 linear drive made by Raymarine. I have been researching this because I think I may be able to buy an industrial actuator for far less than one made by Raymarine. I have found several actuators that come pretty close to Raymarine's but seem to fall a little short of their specs. Anyone who could shed a little knowledge about this would greatly be appreciated.
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