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Old 03-31-2020, 04:56 PM
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Default Bobs manual heavy duty jack plates (2) up to 300hp.

As the title says I have a set of two that we’re going to go on my old boat never got around to installing them before I sold the boat. $200 plus shipping. These are brand new never used.


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Still available need to go!
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I guess you need to get it the water and turn wrenches to adjust these?
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I would probably do my adjustments on the trailer. Yes you will need wrenches to make your adjustments.
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I guess you need to get it the water and turn wrenches to adjust these?
No you can adjust them on the trailer. I run a 10 inch set back jack plate with a 300 V Rod on it. Their easy. Loosen the side bolts put a jack under the motor crank it up. Simple.

OP you might want to list the set back . How far back they bring the motor.

Jack plate at least 4 inchs will pick you guys up 2 to 4 mph . Gets that motor up and back in cleaner water. I'm running 52 with a 24 foot walk around boat. Single motor. Guy around the corner has a 250 on a 25 foot fountain. I can outrun his butt. LOL Cruise at 38. They do make a difference.
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These can be set up for either 2.5” or 5” of set back and straight or negative wedge. If you have any questions let me know.
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