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Manual Jack Plate Torque??? #13626270 07/10/20 08:58 PM
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I recently removed an 8' Power pole Sportsman 11 from my Bassboat because it just was not a practical application for the type of fishing that I do & It was on the boat when I purchased it. The Power Pole brackets were installed between the Manual Jackplate & the motor and had to be taken off which I did. I reattached the motor (150 hp merc ) to the manual Jackplate and now the question is How much ft lbs. of torque is recomended for the for the bolts. I don`t want to have a catastrophic event such as a motor falling off to happen out there. Anyone have a ball park idea ??
BTW: the power pole is for sale!!

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Re: Manual Jack Plate Torque??? [Re: Fishbonz] #13626301 07/10/20 09:34 PM
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90 on the motor to plate. 55 on plate to transom.

Re: Manual Jack Plate Torque??? [Re: tmd11111] #13626541 07/11/20 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted by tmd11111
90 on the motor to plate. 55 on plate to transom.

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