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Bass Pro Shops® Outboard Boat Motor Support Bracket

   

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  • Protects motor, transom and steering components
  • Relieves strain caused by road shock
  • Adjustable
Shock-absorbing Outboard Boat Motor Support Bracket protects your boat's motor, transom, and steering components by relieving strain caused by road shock. Adjusts 23''-29''.
Bass Pro Shops® Outboard Boat Motor Support Bracket 1.9 5 15 15
Save your boat & motor This works like a good charm. Don't worry about the curbs and speed bumps catching your lower unit, but remember your motor's sticking out behind your boat when your backing up. Strap from the trailer, across the lower unit, back down to the trailer and your in business. Easy does it, have fun. October 22, 2010
It is terrible product The product lets the motor move from side to side when in place . I cannot use it. I would not recommend it to anyone. September 7, 2010
Motor support bracket Great price, but no instructions for the "newbe" or engineering challeged. April 2, 2010
Short term This product lasts only for about two years before rusting out after being used on a trailer subjected to salt water. I always wash my boat/trailer down with fresh water after using it in salt water but this product can't stand up to the corrosive effects of salt water. June 5, 2009
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Bass Tracker Pontoon Boat, 19 foot party barge, need 45" support bracket
3 years, 10 months ago
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since with a pontoon it is about support not clearance like a regular boat trailer..

couple options for you, just cut a new piece of square tubing to the lenght you need to make it long and stiff use a heavier tubing, also if you don't go far and often, due what most due since the pontoon trailer are so high off the ground, put the motor all the way down, turn it all the way one way and use a rachet strap from the traler around the motor back to the trailer, all your trying to due is stop the motor from bouncing up and down and putting strain on the transom of the boat, just make sure your lower unit is still at least 18" or more off the ground and you are good to go.... done this hauling the potoon 120 miles each way twice every year......work great...
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Support brackets can cost from 40 dollars to over a hundred. I find the Bass Pro Shop support bracket works very well and it cost about 40 dollars.
3 years, 4 months ago
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 - Newark, NJ own z6 nitro boat and love bass fishing
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This only fits Adjusts 23'' to 29''. Will not work for 45".
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Yes, this Bass Pro Shops® Outboard Boat Motor Support Bracket will support 125 horsepower motor.
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Yes, it will support the outboard engine with ease.
3 years, 4 months ago
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 - Newark, NJ own z6 nitro boat and love bass fishing
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bought one for my 25 horse and it seemed alittle small. I had to move it around for placement. So i would guess it's over capacity?
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I have the exact motor support bracket but the rubber on the motor end split and I need to get a replacement.
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you can't, buy a new replacement unit.
3 years, 4 months ago
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Bass Pro Shops or their catologue.
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 - Newark, NJ own z6 nitro boat and love bass fishing
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FYI- We do not offer a replacement rubber for the motor end of this motor support.
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The Bass Pro Shops® Outboard Boat Motor Support Bracket will support a 8 horsepower motor.
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yes, i use it on a 60hp Mercury, if you have manual trim, make sure your bungy cord is extra tight to stop the motor from bouncing around..
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Yes, with no poblem.
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 - Newark, NJ own z6 nitro boat and love bass fishing
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yes, should fit perfectly. I have a 25 and it fit. I think this is designed for smaller outboards. I had to move it around for the best fit.
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The rubber lets the motor move from side to side. no good!!!!
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Yes it should. It can hold my 85 lb 2 stroke 15 hp motor
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