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On the pic above it doesn't look as though a bracket is needed. As long as the motor shaft lengths are the same why go that route? If you intend to hook up a steering connector as long as the shafts are compatible you wouldn't need a bracket either. As long as you can raise the motor up out of the water when you are on plane or full tilt  you should be good to go as is I would think. A consideration with brackets is getting a very sturdy one that supports the motor type e.g.4 stroke vs. 2 stroke as 2 stroke brackets have much lower carrying capacity for a 4 stroke motor.

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3 hours ago, Sk8man said:

On the pic above it doesn't look as though a bracket is needed. As long as the motor shaft lengths are the same why go that route? If you intend to hook up a steering connector as long as the shafts are compatible you wouldn't need a bracket either. As long as you can raise the motor up out of the water when you are on plane or full tilt  you should be good to go as is I would think. A consideration with brackets is getting a very sturdy one that supports the motor type e.g.4 stroke vs. 2 stroke as 2 stroke brackets have much lower carrying capacity for a 4 stroke motor.

 

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