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Old 28 March 2014, 07:57   #1
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Need ideas/advice front-mounting an electric

Hi all, after a year of making modifications to my 13' Seamax Inflatable, I have only a couple of things to do.
Since I have a merc 9.9 I have used all space on the transom and would like your ideas on how I can mount an electric on the Bow?

All ideas welcome, Thanks!

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Old 28 March 2014, 09:48   #2
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Something like this might be a suitable starting point or give an idea of how it could be done

Outboard Bracket Small/Medium for inflatable boats, dinghy and RIBs
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There is a thread on this . We are all in the process of making them. Just been more measurements a few minutes ago for final item.
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Need for an auxiliary engine on a SIB???

Did that work?
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Something like this might be a suitable starting point or give an idea of how it could be done

Outboard Bracket Small/Medium for inflatable boats, dinghy and RIBs
That bracket is for stern use on a inflatable that does not have a transom biult in, usually for cheap ones, will not work at bow which has a completely different shape. Will need a bow extension of some kind to mount an electric engine at bow front.

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