50001Re: Outboards for Micro
- Jul 5, 2006FYI -
Holt/Allen makes an aluminum traveller that should do the trick
quite nicely as well. I got mine at Annapolis Performance Sailing
products. It is plenty strong as we frequently lift our dinghy with
it (265lbs) with no failures in 40 years. Just use hardwood such as
mahogony, teak, or oak across the top faces of your cut out transom
to hold the screws 1.5" should be sufficient.
Peter installed a
> bronze traveller that was raised high enough to give more room for
> the motor head to clear the opening when raised. It can be just
> barely seen in the photo at Bolger 3 in the Lestat folder.
> The B&S motors might be another option - eith 4-stroke or electic.
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