Question about Boating
Mate.Have a look at the bolt holes on the transom.If there is some that are lower than the holes used,no problem.Lower your trailer at the front all the way to the ground.Loosen the transom bolts.2 should be in holes,2 should be in a slide hole.Chock the motor under the skeg.Remove the 2 bolts that are in the holes and very slowly raise the front of the trailer.The motor being 'chocked'.will then rise as you lift the trailer.If you run a line from the bottom of the boat through to the middle of the g/box a cleaver prop should be about 2.5 inches and a chopper prop can run up to 5 inches on a really quick boat.This is for 3 blade props.Make sure when the bolts go back in,plenty of sealant.Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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