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Old 08 November 2010, 14:54   #1
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long or short

Hello all,I,m new to all this so please bear with me,My question is, what is the criteria for using a long or short shafted outboard.
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Old 08 November 2010, 16:16   #2
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Hi and welcome,Long and short shaft outboards are different type lengths of legs of outboard engines depending on height of the transom. Hope this helps
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Transom depth 15" - Short Shaft (also referred to as Standard Shaft)
Transom depth 20" - Long Shaft

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Thank you lads, a big help
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Thank you lads, a big help
Yer welcome.

If you have a more specific question or application in mind - I'd suggest that you cast your bread upon these murky waters - and you will find it
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