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Plotman posted 09-18-2008 10:16 PM ET (US)   Profile for Plotman   Send Email to Plotman  
For sale, two pair of Hi-Jacker static Jack Plates by TH Marine. Designed primarily to allow you to install a longer shaft outboard to a shorter transom. Handles all outboards up to 200hp. 4" setback.

I took these off of my 22 outrage when I installed my slidemaster adjustable Jack Plates.

Note in the picture that there were clearance holes drilled in the bottom of the boat-side of the brackets to clear drains. This won't affect the strength of the plates, and isn't noticable when they are installed unless you get your head under the engine and look. Other than that they are in perfect shape. (I mean, it is just a big piece of aluminum, that has never seen salt water).

Anyhow, these sell for $117 a pair at Worst Marine, and the cheapest I could find them anywhere else was $105.

I'll sell these for $50 per pair plus my shipping cost.

picture of the actual item here:

Manufacturers website:

West Marine listing: ProductDisplay?resultCt=1&jspStoreDir=wm51&catalogId=10001& productId=59179&keyword=1930494+&y=5&x=30&storeId=10001&ddkey=SiteSearch

Contact me at the email in my profle.


Plotman posted 09-18-2008 10:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for Plotman  Send Email to Plotman     
whoops. Actual item here: current=Hi-Jacker.jpg
Plotman posted 09-18-2008 10:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for Plotman  Send Email to Plotman     
Shipping weight 12 lbs, so $15 to either coast, less in the middle of the country.
Plotman posted 09-19-2008 11:55 AM ET (US)     Profile for Plotman  Send Email to Plotman     
Sold. Thanks Brian.
John F posted 09-19-2008 12:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for John F  Send Email to John F     
I looked at a boat that had these or something really similar to them yesterday. I've never seen these before. They allowed the longer shaft motor to be mounted, and kept the powerhead higher out of the water. Any issues with them? I'm thinking about buying this boat, and just want to know if there were any downsides to these. Thanks

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