Our engine bracket works for both Kayak (Trinidad & Kalao) and Sportyak 213. Curved aluminium tube and marine plywood.
Made of stainless steel with high-resistance technopolymer board.
Bracket made from Peraluman 5083 CODE - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I 01.945 - 569 mm 189 mm 450 mm - 290 mm - 400 mm 328 mm 201 mm - 36 mm 380 mm
Bracket to support up to 400 hp. Made from polished stainless steel AISI 316L. This product can be varnished.
Made from polished stainless steel AISI 316L. Suitable for L to XL engines, and for XL to XXL engines.
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Wall mount auxiliary outboard engine bracket, maximum weight 30Kg feature a frame made of mirror-polished AISI 316L stainless steel sheet and multilayer marine wood board. Motor brackets ...
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BRACKETS FOR AUXILIARY OUTBOARD MOTOR Adjustable made of stainless steel. Suitable for mounting on the transom pad. By unscrewing the 4 screws, its inclination may change.
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... outboard motor is a lot more secure on deck than it is towed behind on the dinghy. This solid teak stern rail motor mount keeps the tender's kicker safe, handy and out of the way. The motor ...
... since 1978 and are a proven unit. They have been redesigned, but the concept has remained. The lightest weight hydraulic jack plate on the market! The standard series belief is to keep the least amount ...
... will have no problem lifting even a V-6 300 hp max. motor at full throttle. The hydraulic actuator is mounted inside the structure of the Power-Lift, yet it is fully accessible without removing the engine. ...
... of motor. The motor mount has fixed clamps attaching to the gunwales in front of and behind the motor bracket. The heavy-duty aluminum cross bar has holes to adjust to wider and narrower ...
Aluminium Outboard Motor Bracket – upto 10hp/25kg – Great value anodised aluminium outboard bracket with varnished laminated wooden pad. Spring loaded with 4 lock positions and total ...
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How to choose this product
An engine bracket holds an outboard motor on the transom of the vessel. Some are articulated or slide on tracks so the motor can be raised out of the water when not in use.
Such brackets are found on small or medium-sized craft whose stern configuration does not allow an outboard to be mounted directly to the transom, or for installing a motor different from that intended by the builder.
Articulated models have spring-loaded arms with a handle for easy operation. Others slide on tracks. Such systems are for relatively small, light motors. Heavier motors require a jack plate, usually a fixed stainless steel support, though some include a hydraulic slide mechanism.
There are models designed for kayaks, pontoons and for storing outboards along a vessel's railing. NauticExpo also offers versions that form an integral part of a swim platform.
How to choose
Choice will depend on motor type and weight, as well as the kind of boat to be equipped.
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