Another towing question.....
Sorry if this is something that's been discussed many times. I think it may have been as read old threads via google but tbh couldn't decipher definitive yes or no.
When picking up my sr4 broker said def. tow away with engine up. But although I made the 80 mile journey home like si, I wasn't happy everytime I hit a bump on road.
I see transom savers but they are pricey for what they are!
Never had to tow much in past when boated a lot years ago as house sat 20yards from boat storage, 40 yds to slipway and mooring was 100 metres away in water.
This little rib will make some long regular journeys on trailer so want it to be safe on trailer.
What is the best way to tow with 40hp manual tilt, so that transom doesn't get a hard time?
I've read about blocks of wood etc but assuming this would work better with power tilt as engine can lower till secure on block, but manual would be trickier???
Also, do you recommend any further securing to stop engine wobble etc?