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Outboard Motor Bracket Instructions

Note: Transom mounting hardware has not been supplied due to various transom depths.

Mounting Instructions

Step 1

Measure the distance between the top of the mounting clamp to the bottom of the cavitation plate.Subtract 2” from this length.

Once you have determined the above length, add 10.5” to this length.

OBM step 1

Step 2

Measure the distance between the top of the mounting clamp to the bottom of the cavitation plate.Subtract 2” from this length.

Once you have determined the above length, add 10.5” to this length.

OBM step 1

Step 3

Measure the distance between the top of the mounting clamp to the bottom of the cavitation plate.Subtract 2” from this length.

Once you have determined the above length, add 10.5” to this length.

OBM step 1

Step 4

Measure the distance between the top of the mounting clamp to the bottom of the cavitation plate.Subtract 2” from this length.

Once you have determined the above length, add 10.5” to this length.

OBM step 1

Notes

  • If your transom is less than 2” thick, it is recommended that you use a backing plate to ensure maximum rigidity
  • Always use a safety cable when operating your motor
  • Operate the motor in the lowest possible location to achieve best performance
  • Always raise the motor when note in use
  • Always remove your motor from the bracket when trailering
  • Do not exceed the stated motor capacity

Lowering and Raising the Motor

Note: The springs in the outboard motor bracket are meant to counter the weight of your motor. If you are using a particularly light motor, more pressure may be needed when raising and lowering the motor.

To Lower Motor: Loosen the plastic black tightening screws if needed. Grasp the motor and slowly lower it to the desired height.

To Raise Motor: Pull lever handle towards the boat to disengage locking pin. Grasp motor and lift up to desired height. Release lever handle; the locking pin will lock the motor into place.