Transom Riser - Jack Plate

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Johnny
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Transom Riser - Jack Plate

Post by Johnny » 02 Oct 2016, 09:36

saw this on my local CL and thought it was worth sharing.
and noooooooo, it is not recommended to use this riser method !!!
I am going to look at the boat this afternoon - he says he has
a clear "Maine" title . . . we'll see.
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Transom Riser - Jack Plate

Post by lckstckn2smknbrls » 02 Oct 2016, 10:18

Oh my.
You could use it for a very sturdy work bench.
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Transom Riser - Jack Plate

Post by JMichael » 02 Oct 2016, 10:24

You might be able to build that new boat dock you been wanting with all that lumber. LoL

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Transom Riser - Jack Plate

Post by Downunder » 03 Oct 2016, 01:07

Guys I think you are missing the point. An absolutely great idea. Not a chance of ever having water come over the transom. Why haven't we thought of this before!! LOL

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