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Old 08-15-2017, 08:26 AM   #1
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Default Brownell Engine Handling & Storage Equipment

Storing and installing outboards or sterndrives at your facility? Brownell’s outboard racks, sterndrive installers and sterndrive/lower unit racks can make your job easier and safer. Click on a product header below for more information!

The OBR1 is perfect for carrying multiple engines, either a series of smaller engines or a pair of twins up to 150HP. Smaller engines can be clamped on to the rectangular steel tube mounting bar, or a mounting pattern can be drilled to match the boat's engine mounts.

When larger engines are in use, look to the OBR2, which is rated to 1,200lbs (550kg) and can handle the largest outboards on the market today. The OBR2 includes a pre-drilled mounting pattern, an integrated battery tray and ergonomic handles for convenience.

For smaller single engine applications, the OBR3 includes the same ergonomic layout as the OBR2 in a smaller package suitable for engines up to 115HP. The OBR3 features a dark grey, powder coated finish which looks great in the showroom.

The SD3 Stern Drive Rack is a must-have for any yard that services and stores outdrives. Eliminate the back breaking labor typical in stern drive installations and removals and let the SD3 do the lifting for you. The hydraulic jack easily adjusts to the perfect height, while three threaded rod adjustments allow for fine-tuned alignment in pitch and roll.

Once you have removed the stern drive using the SD3, it can be easily stored on any of our Stern Drive Racks (SDR1, SDR4, SDR7), which are available with storage for up to seven drives. Casters allow easy movement around the shop floor and efficient storage in the offseason. Stern drive racks also work for storing outboard lower units during service or transport.

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