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    Hello All,

    I am looking for any info you may have on this particular diverter. I bought this off of ebay a few years ago and I can't figure out how to hook it up right. Does anyone have any experience with these or a few pictures. There is the letters CSM on it.

    Thanks in Advance!
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    Can we get a couple of pics from the other side.

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    Looks like the steering cable is in the wrong place. It is attached to the raise and lower lever! Will need a ext. tube for steering cable also! Now the reverse bucket I don't know! FWIW! WT


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    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicG3 View Post
    Hello All,

    I am looking for any info you may have on this particular diverter. I bought this off of ebay
    a few years ago and I can't figure out how to hook it up right. Does anyone have any
    experience with these or a few pictures. There is the letters CSM on it.

    Thanks in Advance!
    Interesting. Jacuzzi WJ style diverter?



    I've seen the Place Diverter one.



    Also the one pictured below. Looks like altogether different linkage and cast pieces on the
    one you have. Yours almost looks like a similar setup to the old Jetovator where the steering
    tube is utilized to make the diverter go up and down.





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    I have tried a few different set ups. There is a cas piece that has the same threads as the steering tube but if you connect it then it will stay stationary. If you leave the disconnected and hook up the electric trim then the steering nozzle turns as you actuate it up and down. I will put the diverter back on this week and get a picture. I was hoping somebuddy might have a similar setup or at least seen one before.

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    That trim unit was made in a few configurations by CSM in San Jose "back in the day" along with several other interesting "pieces" Similar in function to a Berkely "jetovator" it depends on the "lengthening and shortening" of a special designed steer tube (slide in and out of the transom adaptor) to work it wont work with your current Jacuzzi steer tube set up Tom

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    Tom, Did you receive my email about the steering tube?

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