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Manual CMC Power-Lift Jack Plate, 5-1/2" Setback

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Manual CMC Power-Lift Jack Plate, 5-1/2" Setback
Your Price: $286.42
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Manual CMC Power-Lift
The Manual CMC Power-Lift Jack Plate moves the outboard up or down. It is made of 6061 T6 extruded aluminum alloy to ensure long-lasting use. Thanks …
Made of 6061 T6 extruded aluminum alloy and fastened with stainless steel fasteners. It utilizes an all thread stainless steel screw centrally located for uniform lift and positive alignment. The motor bracket moves up and down on the transom bracket by use of rollers matched from aluminum-bronze alloy (same as hydraulic CMC Power-Lift). There is 5" of verticle adjustment, with 5-1/2" set back from transom. Designed to fit any standard motor up thru V-6, 300HP without drilling holes or making modifications. The Power-Lift provides the added convenience of adjusting from the top or the bottom.
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Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarSolidly built product, clean, nice design
by Glenn from Havre De Grace, Maryland on May 25, 2015
Product does have a 5 1/2" adjustment but that is actually and upward adjustment if you adjust the plate downward like I did to get the outboard's anti-cavitation plate level with the bottom of the boat, the engine's tilt tube where the Teleflex steering connects isn't accessible. I also would not be able to tile the engine up because the steering linkage bracket would hit transom well after tilting up less than 4".
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Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull StarEasy to use! Very strong.
by Mark from Manteno, Illinois on June 19, 2011
Never used one and have never installed one. Very easy to install. Very heavy duty. Up to 300hp. Test ran it several times to get the right height with my prop. Gained about 6mph on top end and excellent hole shot.
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Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull StarDeosn't work for me
by Stephen from Babylon, New York on May 29, 2011
Hi, My new jack plate is a thing of beauty but my mechanic informs me that I don't have enough clearance to tilt the engine with my hynautic hydraulic steering. He says that every time I needed to tilt the engine I would have to crank the jack plate up to its maximum, then re set it for running. My boat is a 22' Velocity with a 200hp Johnson. Any ideas? I know if anybody is at fault it is me. Is this returnable? The heavy duty shipping box is gone. Should I mount it on my wall as a reminder to look before I leap? Thank you. Steve
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Does this have a quik release in case you on water and need to raise engine over log or something?
A:
It does not have a quick release. You have to loosen the bolts on side and center. If you need further assistance call us at the number at the top of the page.
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