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Here's a shot of the outboard mount I was referring to:



I think the old mounting system had a 6:1 lifting arrangement and the new one is 12:1. I think general Boats also are using a better bearing assy.
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Have you found the motoro mount?

Mundi,

I know this thread is old -did you find the motor mount you were looking for
I'm looking for the same thing. I've seen other styles -but haven't found any yet.

Thanks
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Hello John and others

I am looking for an easily removable hanging vertical slide outboard motor mount for a Nicholson 32 to be used to mount 5 hp engine for getting into a marina. It will need two horizontal struts at bottom with bumpers to push against transom. I expect to mount it to a wooden block bolted through the rear deck. I assume I will end up with some kind of welded steel tube design.

I do have a diesel engine but do not lke to rely on it.
Maybe I should just get a long sculling oar?

I would like to know how it worked out for you or other . Thanks
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