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DOTLINE Motor Tilter

   

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  • Designed for outboard motors without power tilt
  • Cast aluminum body and legs
  • Includes protective cushions and hand grip  
  • Assists in tilting motor with less strain
Designed for outboard motors without power tilt. Adjustable arm fits shrouds of any size motor with hand holds. Cast aluminum body and legs with heavy-duty 1" diameter anodized aluminum tubing, includes protective cushions and hand grip. Heavy duty stainless steel arm will adjust to fit most motor shrouds (motor cover) up to 75HP that has hand holds.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Didn't fit Would not fit on my 15hp mercury electric start motor returned :( August 21, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 Not Enough Versatility Viewers may note the picture of the tilter on top of a 25 hp. Yamaha. The important thing to observe is that the top of the motor is virtually flat. I own a 25 hp Yamaha 4-stroke, and its shell is much more curved on top, as are the majority of most motors you will see from Yamaha and Mercury, if not Suzuki as well. The curvature of that shell caused the horizontal bar to contact the shell with the handle end still well in the air. If the owner pulls down, he/she will dent the shell. There are two possible solutions for this. One is to substitute a curved bar for the horizontal bar in the picture, custom-made to accommodate the curvature of the shell. This is what I had done, at a cost of approximately twice the cost of the item (but still cheaper than a power lift). Of course doing that renders the horizontal bar no longer adjustable, which is okay as long as the modification fits your motor. The second would be to make the legs near the handle of the bar longer, & possibly able to be angled to fit snugly against the shell. However, even then the legs might not fit flushly with the shell. The advantage of the straight horizontal bar is that you can adjust the position of the handle related to where you stand & pull from, which allows you to find an optimal position for leverage & torque. Bottom line: Check out the curvature of your shell/cowling. If there's any curvature (& there is on most motors), recognize you should find a pipe shop or guy that does motor-trailer repairs to help you modify it. March 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by good for everyone i received the product yesterday and used it this morning.I have had major heart surgery and as a result do not have a sternum.THis makes lifting anything heavy out of the question for me and thus i thought i may have to sell my 18 hp Tohatsu and get a smaller motor. Happily the lifter worked fine and gave alot more leverage to tilt the motor.Anyone with a heart condition should use it. It could be improved slightly i think and may contact the manufacturer in the future to discuss. January 11, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by a big mistake The bar that is used to lift with is angled way to far toward the rear and makes it very difficult to reach from inside the boat. Also the mechanical advantage is not nearly enough to lift even a 25 hp engine unless you are very young and strong. I will have to add a cheater extension and angle it toward the front of the boat in order to be able to use this item. I think it will work after I modify it. However, for the price I should not have to do this. January 8, 2013
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This fits motors up to 75 HP that has hand holds.
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Look at the curvature of the shell/cowling on your motor. If it's significantly greater than in the picture (& most are), you will need modification to fit your motor. It can be done, but it will cost you extra.
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yes.my tohatsu 18 is of similar size and weight[electric start] so should be fine
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Yes, this is design to work fit shrouds of any motor up to 75HP with hand holds. Thanks!
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yes .should be fine.tilter adjusts to fit various cowling lengths up to 40hp
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The DOT motor tilter will not work on Mercury 4 stroke motors.
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It worked on my Mercury 25 - I think it will.
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If your Merc has a hand grip at the top rear of the cover it should be no problem
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IT LIFTS A 48 HP JOHNSON WITH ONE HAND BECAUSE OF A BAD LEFT HAND.
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Of course it does or you wouldn,t sell it.
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