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Old 28 January 2015, 08:23   #21
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i use a 4hp made a plate to cover the drop on the transom sat the engine up to the A frame locked in a straight line and use main engine to steer 6m x 2.4m beam boat, 3k in good conditions will keep me off the rocks etc in an emergency.

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Old 28 January 2015, 08:26   #22
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i use a 4hp made a plate to cover the drop on the transom sat the engine up to the A frame locked in a straight line and use main engine to steer 6m x 2.4m beam boat, 3k in good conditions will keep me off the rocks etc in an emergency.

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did this before that
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Old 28 January 2015, 08:31   #23
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i use a 4hp made a plate to cover the drop on the transom sat the engine up to the A frame locked in a straight line and use main engine to steer 6m x 2.4m beam boat, 3k in good conditions will keep me off the rocks etc in an emergency.

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did this before that sorry wrong pic
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Old 28 January 2015, 08:43   #24
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Old 28 January 2015, 09:10   #25
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sorry mate clicked the wrong file but having said that i did hang the aux on a bracket on the back of the jockey back rest for a while before changing to shock seats didnt like those options as when the s--t hits the fan it takes too long to hang the engine where as what i have now its just lower and start not brilliant but better than oars or nothing at all
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Old 28 January 2015, 17:15   #26
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These any good?

The pad is clear epoxied then 3 coats of epifanes varnish. I pillar drilled a wooden block as a guide to make sure I didn't accidentally go off course when drilling the transom and used an awful lot of Sika 291 to seal it all.
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Here's mine ready to refit, black to match the rest of the fittings
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