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JACK PLATE #13541873 05/01/20 08:12 PM
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I need schooling on the use of a jack plate. I have a 97' Ranger 519 SVS. It has a Detwiler hydraulic jack plate that has not worked in the 7 years I've owned the boat. I am having some transom work done so when I pulled the engine I found the pump in the back of the hull. I have the pump and jack plate working fine now, but I don't know how to use it. If anybody wants to school me, or point me in the right direction, please do.
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Find the height you run the best at. Mark that spot, because that's where it'll be 95% of the time.
The only time you'll move it is up when you're idling in a shallow snag rich area.
Down if you get into some major rough water.
Then back to your spot the rest of the time.


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