Posted by baitbucket on April 09, 2003 at 08:14:43:
In Reply to: transom saver posted by Kenneth Matthews on April 08, 2003 at 21:00:02:
you can fabricate a piece of wood or metal that will fit between the shaft of the motor and the mounting bracket that will hold it at the desired angle, and use bungie cords or tie downs to secure the motor to the back of the boat. OR, you can lock the motor upright and secure it to the transom with same devices. This will still put strain on the transom, but it will keep the motor from bouncing around every time you go over a bump. Somebody else probably has a better method, but this is the one I used to use on my flatbottom.
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