T-H Marine Motor Stik Outboard Motor Support


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Made from strong, durable aluminum tubing, the Motor Stik™ is designed to fit over trim rams to support your outboard while trailering and take pressure off your boat's hydraulics. Fits most outboards 150 hp and up.

  • Rugged aluminum tubing
  • Fits over trim rams
  • Supports your outboard during trailering  

Manufacturer model #: MSS-1-DP.

T-H Marine Motor Stik Outboard Motor Support 2.7 5 6 6
T-H Marine Motor StiK Although I haven't used these Motor Stiks very long, they seem to be very easy to use. Vibration from the trailer against the motor using the convenional method is now minimized using this new method of reducing pressure on the hydraulics. June 13, 2012
There no application guide Bought these stik with high hope i wouldn’t have to crawl under my dripping bass tracker to install my motor support bracket. While purchasing the stick I looked for a application guide to see if it fit my 90HP Mercury outboard and nowhere either in store information or packaging information could I find out which motor they would or would not fit.(no application guide) I'M lucky I don’t live fare from a bass pro store I bought a set and needless to say the only work on 115HP -150HP + up motors depending on which web site you go to motors Of course Bass Pro was more than happy to refund me my money. January 28, 2011
Seems good I haven't had it long but it fits great on my mercury 225 EFI and i traveled a couple hundred miles with it so far, I like it. I bought the detwillers though just to be on the safe side. Pole design transom savers suck and the swivel eaze ones are too high so this is a good value for money July 12, 2010
Sticks Did not work on My Yamaha 225 VX . When putting them on they went all the way down but when trying to get them off I had to use Pliers in turn it busted the inserts so I could no use them again June 13, 2010
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look to bee teflare or some kind of teflon material look to be heavy duty
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The ends of these motor sticks are made of molded nylon, according to the package insert. These are very poor products that I would never recommend.
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