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mikey morra posted 02-01-2001 06:44 PM ET (US)   Profile for mikey morra   Send Email to mikey morra  
I found a 25 cc cuddy perfect to get my wife off my tail(its too cold!!)the motor is mounted to the transom.Can one still find a whaler drive unit for twins???thanks guys.mikey
jimh posted 02-01-2001 09:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
I don't think you will have much success finding an OEM Whaler Drive appendage that you could add to an existing boat.

If you want to change to a long setback bracket, you should look at the Armstrong bracket assemblies. They can be made for twin engines. The cost would be in the $2,500 and up range, I believe.

mikey morra posted 02-05-2001 12:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for mikey morra  Send Email to mikey morra     
hey thanks jimh.how can i get in touch with them???thanks again,mikey
bigz posted 02-05-2001 02:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for bigz    
Mikey you can find out about them here
http://www.armstrongnautical.com/repower.html

Another thought would be a dual jack plate offset which you can find out about here http://www.bobsmachine.com/index.htm

Either way you might want to consider having the transom cut out filled in (plywood, fiberglass and gelcoated) so the motor well can become dry usuable space with the addition of an inserted grating ---

Tom

bigz posted 02-05-2001 02:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for bigz    
oops at Bob's click on Porta-Brackets

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