Re: Outboard brackets?
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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