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Outboard Motor Outrigger Mounting Bracket on 2040-parts.com

US $490.00
Location:

Willow Street, Pennsylvania, United States

Willow Street, Pennsylvania, United States
NEW NEVER USED - ALUMINUM WELDED - IN SERVICEABLE CONDITION
Manufacturer Part Number:unknown Brand:unknown UPC:Does not apply

OUTBOARD MOTOR OUTRIGGER MOUNTING BRACKET - NEW NEVER USED - ALUMINUM WELDED - I HAD THIS MADE BY A LOCAL WELDER IN 2001 AND NEVER USED IT - WAS TO BE PUT ON A 17' BOAT THAT WE TOOK THE OMC STERN DRIVE AND MOTOR OUT OF THE BOAT TO CONVERT IT TO INSTALL A 125HP OUTBOARD MOTOR -

OR THIS BRACKET CAN BE  USED FOR ANY OTHER TYPE OF BOAT-

ALSO COMES WITH A FIBERGLASS PANEL DESIGNED TO COVER THE OMC OUTDRIVE OPENING (HOLE) - THIS PANEL IS SCREWED TO THE TRANSOM WHERE THE OMC RUBBER BOOT WAS MOUNTED - THE PANEL DIMENSIONS ARE 19 1/2" X 18" X 3/16" THICK - REINFORCED FIBERGLASS - THIS PANEL MAY OR MAY NOT  BE USED ON YOUR INSTALLATION -

DIMENSIONS OF THE BRACKET ARE 26 1/2" WIDE X 20" HIGH - THE TRANSOM MOUNTING PLATES ARE 3" WIDE X 20" HIGH X 3/8" THICK - SOLD AS IS - NO WARRANTY - SALE FINAL

MADE OF 2 1/4" ALUMINUM TUBE 3/16" THICK WALL

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