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Old 09-29-2009, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default Outboard brackets?

Hi,
We (my brother and I ) have just bought a 2100sc3. This past week-end whilst out the electrics shorted and we were forced to get friends to tow us back to shore. Does anyone know of a removable transom bracket that could be attached to the swim platform ?(or elsewhere) We don't really want to start drilling the platform or hull and have a permanent fixture. It would be good just to have a small outboard should there ever be a problem whilst out at sea.

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Old 09-29-2009, 01:56 PM   #2
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I've never seen one that will 'clamp' on, 'tie' on or 'strap' on. (OK, get your minds out of the gutter). Anything that requires the force of an engine will require a bolt-on application, even if it is removable. Removable, in that you can remove the outboard from the bracket. However, I would put money down that enything that involves a motor mount is going to involve drilling some holes. I've seen brackets for storing a small outboard that can be clammped to a rail, but this is for tranportation purposes and not intended for using while underway.

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