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Old 09-07-07, 07:41 PM   #11
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Correct buddy. A hydraulic jack plate is the best but you can save some beans with the manual. As the commercial says.......SET IT AND FORGET IT.

After you report back about your tack findings we will get down to the nity grity and get you up and running like a LASER should.

Dont forget to check and see ifn ya got any slack in the cables to put the jack plate on. Not only makes it easier to do but as well doesnt put a bind on the cables that will eventually cause premature failure. NOT a dangerous situation but as time goes on it would get a little harder to turn.

When you take pics of the boat it would help out ifn ya get a good close up of where the motor mounts up so that we can inform you correctly.
Laser's rule with Merc's doing the pushing..........KEEP THE WETSIDE DOWN AND THE DRY SIDE UP!!!!!!
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