JPL2710SB is a miniature single-adjusting jacking plate developed for
smaller tiller type outboard engine designs. It is capable of
vertically lifting outboard 3” with an offset of 7” from transom. The
engine side of the jack plate is 2'' higher than the transom so you can
achieve a 5'' lift overall at maximum height if you adjust the unit all
the way up. The
unique ability to adjust vertically sets this unit apart from other
style plates. The jack plate has a footprint of 10”x 8” with a 1-1/4”
thick clamping surface for all clamp on style outboard engines. With a
weight of only 12 lbs the JPL2710SB is capable of handling engines up
to 20 HP.
JPL2710SB is constructed of high-strength aircraft quality anodized
aluminum and non-rusting hardware consisting of stainless steel, brass,
bearing bronze. The mounting surface plate is made of space-age polymer
material known as Starboard which is stronger than marine grade plywood
yet will never deteriorate. Starboard will not absorb water therefore
it is not subject to rupture from freezing.
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for looking and we look forward to serving you!!Not sure what size thickness clamping plate you need? Measure the minimum distance your outboard engine will clamp and then round up to the nearest inch so you have enough for clamping your engine onto your new Vance Mini Jack Plate. We offer these units with 1 inch, 2 inch, and 3 inch thick mounting plates.Not sure what size Bolt Kit you need to mount your Vance mini jack plate to your boat transom? Click here to use our mini jack plate bolt kit calculator.Not sure what a Vance mini transom plate is? Click here for more info.
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