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Old 23 December 2013, 06:12   #11
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Originally Posted by tankpeople View Post
Thanks for those replies, I hadn't thought about the cut out, the Destroyer has a 25inch transom, mine was cut for the 20 inch main engine, would an outboard bracket be best for the small engine to lower it down ?.
Measure the drop at the location of the auxie. It will be less as it's at the side...

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Old 23 December 2013, 07:19   #12
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I guess your transom is similarly set up to mine.

A "longshaft aux" will likely clear the bottom of the hull (i.e prop in clear water) but will also remain above (or thereabouts) the bottom of the keel (V).

I tried a short at first - and had to get everyone to sit at the transom to keep the prop in the water!

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