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Capt Brad

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Keith I couldn't tell in the pics, but you might do even better if you can mount the motor higher. Next time you go out see how high you can trim up before you cavitate, if you can trim up a lot you could mount the motor up higher with out hurting anything and get some more lower unit out of the water. Rule of thumb 1 inch up for every 1 foot behind the transome. Just a thought. I love to see Parkers get repowered and keep on going. Nice job Capt Brad
 

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