Rail-Mount Outboard Motor Bracket - FO1586

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DESIGENED FOR: Rail Mount Outboard Bracket is designed to be mounted onto the rail of the boat and provides a secure and stable platform for the motor. It's a great option for boat owners who want to maximize space on their vessel while still being able to use an outboard motor.

2-PIECE: Rail Bracket 2-piece mounting blocks clamp around 1" (25.4mm) O.D. T rail. Attachment hardware, 4 Stainless Steel Bolts, Washers and Pressure Nuts included.

MARINE-GRADE MATERIAL: Durable UV-stabilized polypropylene is designed to withstand exposure to sunlight, saltwater, and other environmental factors that are commonly found in marine environments.

APPLICATION: For use with small outboard motors that are commonly used on dinghies, tenders, and small boats. Designed to hold a Maximum weight of 80 lb outboard motors.

MEASUREMENTS: Dimensions: 6-5/8" (168mm) x 7" (178mm) Attachment Method: Clamps onto 1" rail T.

PRODUCT NUMBER: FO-1586
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Ernesto
A Good Product

This rail mount looked small and weak when it showed up in the mail. But when I installed it I found it to be the perfect size. It's sturdy and hold my 4 horse outboard in a solid way, even when the wind is howling and the boat is pounding through the waves. I'm happy with it!

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Luis Z.
Good bracket, great price.

You can find a very similar product at a famous marine chain store for twice the price. And they look to me like they come from the same factory. This was a direct replacement for my old outboard bracket and the fit was identical to the old WM bracket.

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Philip Wilkerson
Works great and very durable.

Great product, works great and very durable.

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Rhonda L. Steigerwald
Perfect

Exactly as expected

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Rick T Edwards
Only for perfect right angle

This is a really sturdy, well made bracket but I couldn't use it. My rails are not at a perfect 90 degrees so this wouldn't work. I carved some of the plastic off the inner guides, but it still wouldn't fit. Check you rails with a builders square.