Garelick 4-Stroke Auxiliary Outboard Brackets

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Garelick 4-Stroke Auxiliary Outboard Brackets -

Built extra-tough and extra-wide for secondary engines including new higher-torque, four-stroke engines. Stainless torsion springs for easy lifting. Mounting board is 2" weatherproof and maintenance-free polypropylene. Rated for long or short shaft engines. Five-position lock bar allows for better range trim adjustment.

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Garelick 4-Stroke Auxiliary Outboard Brackets Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Perfect Addition to my Transom

I purchased the Garalick Bracket to support a 100lb emergency stand-by engine (Yamaha FT9.9GMHL High Thrust) for use on my Grady-White 225 Tournament over in Phuket Thailand. Operating on the edge of the Andaman Sea/Indian Ocean....there is no Coast Guard. I wanted a super strong bracket to support my emergency stand-by, just in case the Yamaha F250 dies....The Garalick Bracket is super strong and a perfect addition to my Transom.
Ian at on 05/05/2012

I would buy this product again

I'm using it with a 15hp 4 stroke kicker motor that it basically will lift out of the water on its own. I found it to be easy to mount by following the instructions.
Larry at on 01/01/2012

looks robust enough for me

I'm putting a 4 stroke 15 hp long shaft outboard on my sailboat and this adjustable transom will do the trick.
Randall at on 02/02/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not a good fit for my boat

Set this up just as in the instructions. The dry fit looked fine but the handle was right up against the transom. I put it in with 3M 5200 and bolts to find that the upper slot cannot be accessed because the handle hits the transom. My transom is straight so this is a design problem and limits the useful range of the bracket. Now I have a bracket that does not work well semi permanently attached to my boat after a lot of work to install it. That sucks!
Rob at on 06/06/2011

Poor desieng

Sturdy beyond words!....Poor design....Too large and heavy for a 28' sail boat, although the smallest recommended for a four stroke, springs have to be cut to accommodate an 85 lb. 4 stroke motor.... Polly board is too large......At least a 2" spacer is needed to allow handle to clear the transom enough to work at all.

R. Lawrence
tractor driver in the sky at on 11/11/2011