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Removable outboard bracket

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Topic: Removable outboard bracket
Posted By: jamesrose
Subject: Removable outboard bracket
Date Posted: 24 Feb 16 at 10:30pm
hi all, can anyone recommend a removable outboard bracket to fit on to a 25 foot racing yacht, need to support up to about 25kg.

Most of the ones I can find are wither fixed or just hinged, but for a cleaner look I would rather have one that I can remove most of it.

Any ideas ?

Cheers



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Posted By: robinft
Date Posted: 25 Feb 16 at 10:11am
http://www.angleseymarinesupplies.com/auxilliary-outboard-brackets.php" rel="nofollow - This  or http://www.sheridanmarine.com/product/british-seagull-outboard-removable-auxiliary-bracket" rel="nofollow - this

One part stays on the transom and the other is detachable.



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Posted By: jamesrose
Date Posted: 25 Feb 16 at 11:29am
Perfect, Cheers


Posted By: laser193713
Date Posted: 25 Feb 16 at 11:31am
I would avoid them like the plague, terrible company to deal with. Been there, lost my money... Also none of those brackets is enough to support a modern day 4 stroke engine. 

Better off getting something custom fabricated, we had to do the same for our quarter tonner...


Posted By: PeterG
Date Posted: 25 Feb 16 at 5:12pm
The Seagull one in the previous post is simple and effective, and works well for me. However, that is on a 16ft Devon Yawl with a 2.5hp air cooled Honda. Not sure it's up to taking a 25kg outboard.

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