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Old 10-06-2017, 08:25 PM
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New and unused all aluminum twin outboard flotation style mount bracket designed to hold twin 350hp four strokes. The custom bracket was built by A&J Marine in Florida and bracket currently resides in Central NJ. The outboard mount centers are 28". Bracket setback is 24". Bracket width is 73". Value is $2K+ and asking $1500.
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Old 10-06-2017, 09:05 PM
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I just pulled the trigger on a bracket from A&J two weeks ago with almost the same dimensions. This would have saved me a lot of money. Oh well, it will be someone else's gain. You might want to list the transom angle for others.
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What hull or more importantly what degree transom angle?
Old 10-07-2017, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by ChuckEB View Post
New and unused all aluminum twin outboard flotation style mount bracket designed to hold twin 350hp four strokes. The custom bracket was built by A&J Marine in Florida and bracket currently resides in Central NJ. The outboard mount centers are 28". Bracket setback is 24". Bracket width is 73". Value is $2K+ and asking $1500.


Thanks Baldy and sorry about the timing. The Transom angle is 16 degrees. If anyone needs other dimensions or pictures just let me know.


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Thanks Baldy and sorry about the timing. The Transom angle is 16 degrees. If anyone needs other dimensions or pictures just let me know.


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Central NJ.
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Damn good deal, need 30" setback GLWS
Old 10-10-2017, 05:40 PM
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Chuck ,is there any curve in your bracket as i have some curve in my transom.
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Originally Posted by Makover 1150 View Post
Chuck ,is there any curve in your bracket as i have some curve in my transom.


I don't think there is any curve in the bracket but can double check. If your transom has a slight curve, I think that would be difficult to match up to any bracket unless it was custom made to your transom.
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man, I have a project 23' seacraft that this would be perfect for. However, I'm about 2 years out from starting it. Still considering buying it just to hold on to.
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Interested. Sent PM.
Old 10-17-2017, 12:25 PM
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What boat was this designed for. I have a SeaVee 25, would this require 30in shaft motors. I'm looking to go to twin 150. Thanks
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Old 10-17-2017, 02:18 PM
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The custom bracket was built by A&J Marine in Florida and bracket currently resides in Central NJ. It was originally built for a 28ft Checkmate. The correct transom angle is 11 degrees. The outboard mount centers are 28". Bracket setback is 24". Bracket width is 76" at the transom. The motor mounting area is 18" top to bottom at the center.
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Old 11-06-2017, 05:29 PM
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Still for sale
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Can you give me a call at 610 331 8669
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