Building a Transom Mount for a 90-115 hp motor
I am in the process of building a Ken Hankingson 20'Vee Gull.
I have completed the hull construction but am looking to make some modification.
The plans were built to use an inboard with outdrive.
I am looking to free up some additional space on the deck and would like to build a floatable transom mount similar to any of the following. http://www.armstrongnautical.com/Brackets.htm
The expense of these is very high and I am looking to reduce this so I can purchase a nice outboard.
Any help or information would be appreciated.
I will try to include some pictures on the next post, I have them on another computer.
You can find all the information on the boat on the Glen L web site www.glen-l.com/ under Ken Hankingson.
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