Outboard Jack Plates


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Outboard motor mount slide transom

With this transom riser, you can drive a long-shaft outboard motor on an inflatable boat.

Dinghy transom riser is simply plugged and screwed onto the transom of a small boat. Where you normally need a normal shaft motor as an outboard, you can then use a long shaft motor. You’ve killed two birds with one stone.

This long-shaft short-shaft adapter increases the transom by 12 cm.

This is exactly the difference between the two shaft models on an outboard

Many sailing boats or motor boats require a long-shaft version of a thrust motor or emergency motor.

Since every smaller inflatable boat under 4 meters requires a standard shaft outboard motor, everyone would have to have two different outboard motors.

Finally, here is the solution!

You simply place this transom riser on the transom of your dinghy and you can then use the long shaft outboard motor on a dinghy that actually requires a normal shaft.

And that in a visual and haptic quality that is unparalleled.

The adapter is made of high-quality VA stainless steel and seawater-resistant hardwood



Outboard Jack Plates

Outboard Jack Plates. The most common form of auxiliary propulsion for small sailboats is the outboard motor. On some boats, it is mounted in a well forward of the transom. Such arrangements conceal and protect the motor but may not allow it to be tilted up to get the prop out of the water when sailing. More common, perhaps is the mounting of a bracket on the transom. These generally have two positions—up and down—for lowering the motor’s prop into the water and raising it. Brackets should be strong, durable, and, most importantly, easy to operate without having to hang out over the transom.

For those who love shallow-water flats fishing, chasing bass in freshwater, or just want to improve the performance of an outboard-powered boat, a hydraulic jack plate is now just short of being standard equipment. The ability to elevate the lower unit of an outboard at the touch of a button greatly increases the functionality and versatility of a rig, and it will also save an owner fuel if he makes a lot of long runs.

Early on we discovered that your choice depends not only on the outboard’s horsepower and weight but also on whether it’s a two- or four-stroke. We understood why weight and horsepower make a difference but weren’t sure why a four-stroke would require a special, and subsequently more expensive, bracket.

“It’s the increased torque and thrust of a four-stroke, The four-strokes greater force imposes more stress on the bracket; therefore it needs to be stronger than a bracket for a two-stroke.

Vertical power lift with a remote drive, raises the outboard motor on the move vertically, increases RPM engine and speed. Improves the course of the boat, reducing the underwater resistance and reducing fuel consumption.
It also allows you to go through shallow water, while maintaining the correct position of the motor and without losing the propeller thrust. Will allow you to start from shallow water.
Smooth adjustment on height by a toggle switch from a post of management. Works at any speed.
For the full realization of all the possibilities, a steel propeller is required.

Electrohydraulic drive. Effort 800 kg, protection class IP67

Vertical stroke 18 cm = 7″
Take out back 14,5 cm = 6″
Weight 19 kg = 42 LBS
Height 40 cm = 15,75″
Width 36 cm = 14,2″

New product, hand made.
The kit includes a power lift, hydraulic unit, control panel, relay unit, wiring, fasteners for the motor, height indicator set.

For all outboard engines Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, Tohatsu / Nissan, Mercury / Mariner, Johnson / Evinrude, Selva up to 300 hp


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