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Swivl-Eze® Shock-EZE™ Transom Saver

   

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  • Spring-loaded, shock-absorbing shaft reduces the damaging effects of road shock
  • Ideal for motors with hydraulic trim/tilt  
  • Constructed of high-tensile aluminum tubing
  • Includes an over-the-roller bracket and trailer mount bracket
The Shock-EZE Transom Saver features a spring-loaded, shock-absorbing shaft to reduce the damaging effects of road shock. It works great for motors with hydraulic trim/tilt and is constructed of high-tensile aluminum tubing. Includes an over-the-roller bracket and trailer mount bracket. Available in 2 adjustable lengths.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by works as described the swivl-eze is a great purchase. worth the money. holds my 150 mercury stable during travel and crossing speed bumps. my old one you had to leave it turned left or right.. this one is GREAT!!! May 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Product for the money This transom saver is easy to adjust, has a nice shock absorbing spring and seems to be well made. the rubber cord could have been upgraded to something a little nicer. September 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product!! I just returned today from a 900 mile round trip to Sturgeon Bay with this transom saver. It kept my 115 Merc Opti (without hydraulic steering) straight and steady the entire time. And there were plenty of rough stretches of interstate construction to deal with. The internal spring is very nice as well. You will NOT be disappointed. August 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product Great product, easy to assemble with included instructions. Bought it to hold the 115 Mercury engine straight while towing. Works great. The only downfall was the over-the-roller adapter just had a pin for quickly disconnecting the adapter. I easily modified it with a standard bolt and locking nut. February 11, 2013
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Motor lays to one side

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I have a 2011 Tracker Pro Guide 175 SC with a 115 HP Mercury engine. When I tilt the motor up for trailering, the motor has a tendency to turn to one side or another. Also, unless I have the motor down somewhat it is difficult to keep it centered. Will this Transom Saver help keep the motor centered when trailered?
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, this transom saver will not prevent the motor from tilting side to side. The motor has to be able to stay centered when trailering to work correctly.
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yes it really stabilized mine.. try it !
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The answer to your question is from Atwood's web site.
Replacement parts for most Attwood products can be purchased at the Back to Boating web site: www.backtoboating.com/Scripts/default.asp

Swivel-ez is a division of Atwood Marine.
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you need to measure from the mounting point to the motor when tilted to where you want it, that will tell you how long to get..... DO NOT tilt your motor to far....8" farther back from the down potion should do it give or take
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Check the size
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The trailer end just slips over the rear trailer roller.

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the trailer end slips over the rear trailer roller
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as with all saver they have a pin, i have seen many guy not use the pin on there savers if they bolted to the trailer, but i prefer the safe way, a pind and a cord on the motor...cheap insurance
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Simply put on trailer roller, will stay put with the force that you apply when you trim your motor down.
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It comes with both the roller attachment and a bolt on trailer mount. I opted to use the roller attachment that fits around the rear roller and doesn't require you to bend over to remove. The bolt on piece has a place for a pin that you would have to remove.
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some new boat manufacturers are saying the solid savers can cause damage to the transoms and are not recommending their use, since this has the springloaded feature, would that change their minds?
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The spring feature will soon break, leaving a solid unit.
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all the savers work well, IF installed correctly, mount to trailer and keep as short as possible never have motor tilted way up, but need don preasure and not to long and they save the back of the boat and lower end from hitting the ground....
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I have used mine for 10 years to support a 225 on a 520 Ranger. I do alot of trailing. I feel that this feature has to help. With the condition of our roads we need all the help we can get.
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The spring loaded feature has save my transom. It is over 30 years old and shows no sign of wear.
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you need a straight line from where the unit hits the lower unit to the roller.
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most likely not... but i have seen curved ones for that, also if you can mount the bracket in the back then it don't matter......next option is leave motor down if you have plenty of ground clearance then use a rachet strap from the trailer to the motor, you just don't want the motor to bounce up and down, can crack the tramson if you hit to many big pot holes
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yes if you buy the longest one availible
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No. The roller has to be at the back of the trailer, exactly as the picture show's it. For that, you will have to have a bracket welded on to your trailer underneith.
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measure from the potion you will mount on the trailer to the motor in the down postion then at 8" or a little more and that will tell you the lenght you need,
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you'll have to measure the distance from the back roller or the trailer frame to decide the correct distance. The distance really has everything to do with where your specific boat sits on your trailer... and remember this transom saver won't do you a bit of good unless the stern is properly tied down to the trailer without any possibility of migrating or moving when you hit ANY size bump
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measure from your mounting point to the back of the motor and add 8 to 12" and that is the size you need
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