Bass Pro Shops® Outboard Boat Motor Support Bracket
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- Protects motor, transom and steering components
- Relieves strain caused by road shock
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''.
Rated 1.9 out of 5 by 15
Rated 3 out of 5 by step1 its up to you
This came with my ProTeam TXW175. I've used it maybe 10 times now and noticed today that the rubber "V" that supports the lower unit of my outboard was broken on one side and severely damaged on the other. I saw on this review site many other complaints. I called Tracker Marine and ordered two more. $5.35 for each. When I replaced one of them I noticed that I had to have the outboard lined straight with the centerline of my boat to get it to fit right. I recalled when I lubed my steering controls that I was moving the motor right and left at extreams to make sure grease was everywhere I wanted. Perhaps I was the one causing this damage to the rubber "V". It never occured to me that I should remove the support bracket before turning my motor. I will see if my new found knowledge makes a difference.
October 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gator211 Poor quality
The rubber sheared off the V that supports the motor side in less than 2 months. Junk!
November 11, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by AquickE Bad Design
I've had this for one year, this year i noticed the rubber split down the middle to leave a bolt there to support my new 150 HP 4 strk motor. It is all dented up as a result.
Thanks tracker marine for giving me this transom saver with my $33k new boat.
August 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by SirTificate spend more elsewhere
I have owned this for almost a year. this morning on the way home from the lake one half of the "V" that holds the back of the motor sheared off taking the bungee with it. since this was only holding a 40hp motor I consider the quality of this to be very sub par. Also the rubber shock absorbers in the tube designed to absorb shock are cracked and flaking and as such they do not absorb much of anything anymore.
April 4, 2013
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