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Manual Jack Plate setting #14506617 10/16/22 01:08 PM
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I have a Evinrude G1 135 hp attached to a CMC manual Jack plate. I am looking to get into skinnier water by adjusting the manual Jack plate setting. Is there a "perfect" setting for performance of a manual Jack plate. The current setting works great for overall performance on my Bluewave 2000 Purebay. I am looking for feedback on whether I have the opportune setting. The boat was purchased used so it was set to the previous owner's preference. Thanks in advance.

Re: Manual Jack Plate setting [Re: Bigslatts] #14506692 10/16/22 02:40 PM
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Manual plate isn’t going to do much to let you get in the gunk.

When you set it to run best with your load and prop that’s where it stays.

A hydraulic can be useful because you can change on the fly to get in and out of dicey areas.


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