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Sealux™ Aluminium Marine Outboard Auxiliary Motor Bracket 20 Hp on 2040-parts.com

US $111.50
Location:

Corona, California, United States

Corona, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:SeaLux Mounting Pad Size:8.5" x 10.5" Plate Material:marine-grade anodized aluminum alloy Dimension:Overall size: 8.5” wide x 20” high Mounting Pad:polymer Manufacturer Part Number:TRAC 20AA UPC:0813969020343


SeaLux™ ALUMINIUM MARINE OUTBOARD AUXILIARY MOTOR BRACKET 20 HP

SeaLux™ Aluminum Outboard Motor Bracket 20hp 


Quickly and easily lift your auxiliary motor with this retractable Outboard Motor Brackets in marine-grade

anodized aluminum alloy.


Additional Information

Weight

      11 lbs


Weight Limit / Motor HP

 

   up to 120 lb. / 20 HP

 

Product Description

Aluminum Outboard Motor Brackets 20 HP

Quickly and easily lift your auxiliary motor with this retractable Outboard Motor Brackets 


Material: 


Frame:  in marine-grade anodized aluminum alloy. 


These brackets have integrated transom angle adjustment, allowing optimum motor positioning.

·         Stainless steel springs counter-balance motor weight


·         Transom bracket locks and holds motor in UP position or safely pivots DOWN for propulsion


·         Rugged 2” thick polymer motor pad


·         Wide board for 2-stroke motors


·         4-position locking height adjustment


·         No Mounting Hardware included.


·         Installation instruction


 

 Max Adjustable outboard motor bracket is designed for motors up to 20hp or 120lbs.

 

 Its heavy duty, light weight aluminum is designed for freshwater use on both powerboats and sail boats. 

 

Manual lifting with spring assist help. 

11" of travel with 4 stop location. 

 

Setback in the upper position 6 3/4”. 

 

Setback in the lower position 12". 

 

Stainless Steel mounting hardware 5/16"-18 x 3" included. 

 

Transom setback: 7.750” Product weight: 12 lbs. 

 

Overall size: 8.5” wide x 20” high, pad size: 8.5” x 10.5”

 

 Not to be used with 4-stroke engines.


( 4-stroke engine require more force support and wider support mounting area on motor bracket to secure your investment. 4-Stroke outboard motor bracket usually is larger in size, and support spring force require more tension, and further travel ability to secure the engine in place)

 



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