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Re: The final solution - what I came up with regarding auxiliary propulsion (pic heav

I see that this is an old thread that's just been revived. A couple of people mentioned having a similar mount on their boats. I think what they had was a Garelick 71053.
Works like yours does but it's not as pretty.

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Re: The final solution - what I came up with regarding auxiliary propulsion (pic heav

Had to chuckle over your method of bending the toe rail . Did a similar job on Thane, (with ropes+tackle at the dock) pulling 20 ft 2x4.s on the flat around my modified Spray for bulwarks. (6 times around) Glue and nailed with bolts thru before cap. I was also a broke purist (engineless) for a while. Finally got a job to rectify the situation.
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