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Old 26 February 2012, 16:13   #61
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A German guy approaches a prostitute.
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"Ist goot, but I must varn you, I am a little kinky".
"No problem", she replies cautiously, "I can do a little kinky". So off they go to the girls flat, where the German produces four large bedsprings and a duck caller. "I vant you to tie ze springs to each of your limbs". The girl finds this most odd, but complies, fastening the springs to her hands and knees.
"Now you vil get on your hans und knees".
She duly does this, balancing on the springs.
"You vill please blow Zis vistle as I make love to you."
She finds this odd, but figures its harmless, and the guy is paying. The sex is fantastic. She is bounced all over the room by the energetic German, all the time honking on the duckcaller. The climax is the most sensational that she has ever experienced, and it is several minutes before she has recovered the breath to say:
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"Ah", says the German, "Four-sprung duck technique!"
I bet theres only Kerny on here found that funny
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I have tried googling to find out who sells them but nothing coming up, any Etec owners know where I can get one.... thanks.
Aye - cut one out of a handy 6" wide plank. A bit of nice ribbed carpet cut from under the filing cabinet at work sets it off nicely!

It sits in place in a horizontal fashion at the obvious point in the bracket, just lower the leg gently unto it till it bites.

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"Ah", says the German, "Four-sprung duck technique!"
Are you 18 yet?
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Old 26 February 2012, 16:28   #64
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Your right I do
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Old 26 February 2012, 16:28   #65
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Just double checked my Etec manual and under trailering it says... Trailer your outboard in a vertical position. If your trailer does not provide adequate road clearance, tilt the outboard as needed and support the outboard with an accessory trailering bracket.

Notice... use of tilt lock lever when trailering may cause damage to outboard.

Andy I presume yours as you say is a trailering bracket and is fine

I haven't got one on mine and I have been wrongly using the tilt lock while towing

I have tried googling to find out who sells them but nothing coming up, any Etec owners know where I can get one.... thanks.
Kerny,
I do not know the specifics of your engine, but mine has both tilt support and a trailering bracket. You cannot see the tilt support until the engine is raised, it is a little cam which bears down on the top of the saddle. The trailering bracket is the much more substantial lever which hinges down and locates in a cut out in the lower part of the saddle.
Woops, sorry, just found the manual for your model, and it does quote "an accessory trailering bracket"
I have got to go to my local Evinrude emporium this week, do you want me to ask about it?
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Aye - cut one out of a handy 6" wide plank. A bit of nice ribbed carpet cut from under the filing cabinet at work sets it off nicely!

It sits in place in a horizontal fashion at the obvious point in the bracket, just lower the leg gently unto it till it bites.

Looks like that's the only option

cheap though
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Kerny,

I have got to go to my local Evinrude emporium this week, do you want me to ask about it?
Ian you are a dam fine chap sir yes please my engine is a 2011 Etec 60. If it's silly money then I then willk's suggestion will be enforced
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Came up with this idea what do you think, and put the light board in its proper place but I don't like it do low

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Yellow shocks

Looks great but what is the yellow shock absorber made of ?
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Looks great but what is the yellow shock absorber made of ?
Gas pipe with a 10 mm wall.
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Gas pipe is made from polyethylene plastic
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Came up with this idea what do you think, and put the light board in its proper place but I don't like it do low

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That's a good idea Mick ,You could of got the blue pipe to match the rib
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it was a road side pickup will look out for some water pipe in blue or if you see any a good 2 ft will do
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it was a road side pickup will look out for some water pipe in blue or if you see any a good 2 ft will do
I work on the roads so i'll have look in the yard monday see what i can fined
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going to give it a try it's got a bit of give in it but a bigger diam might be better
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I do exactly the same thing but with steel tube (cover in pipe insulation)
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Just my tuppence worth:

I trailered my twin 90 Etecs in as downward position as was safe. The built in brackets are NOT for road use. I used a carpeted piece of timber to hold the engines in the chosen position, i.e. skegs just about 18" off the road.

This left the engines kinda balanced over the transom...
I am suprised that the 90's did not have the same trailering brackets that my 115 and then 150 had, These have been on Evinrudes for over a decade and I cant figure why none of the other manufacturers have fitted them..
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They have brackets but opinions on here reckon they ate not as safe so thought of this idea to try
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They have brackets but opinions on here reckon they ate not as safe so thought of this idea to try
The Honda on Pigs Ear is the same, the only bracket is the one I always thought was just for use for safety when working on the engine, and I agree it does not look upto the job for trailering.

This is what the Honda Manual says....

"The Motor should be trailered in the normal running position or by using a transom saver bar"
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