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Product Description• Better out-of-hole starts • Lower engine rpm • Increased top end speed • Better gas mileage! Ideal for ski, bass or work boats, the Cook Power Lift makes it easy to find that optimum height for any boating condition. Designed to fit any standard outboard motor without drilling holes or making modifications to the boat or motor, the Cook PL-65 sets the motor back from the transom 5-1/2" and vertically travels 5". Constructed of 1/2" 6061 T6 aluminum alloy extrusions and fastened with stainless steel fasteners for maximum strength and durability. Designed for V-6 and smaller engines. 7800 lb. lifting capacity. All mounting hardware is included.
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Q:Hi, you don't seem to be showing the CMC part number. Is this the new High Speed jack plate PL-65HS 65301 or the old model 65001?Asked on 6/10/2012 by Alley from Hallandale, FL
Q:I have a Luhrs 29. And because I do a lot of still fishing and use the main engines to keep the boat astern it gets tiring and costly. So I was thinging of installing a 25hp or 40hp high thrust 4 sroke to do my my manouvring for fishing. My question is will the bracket hold this size engine? Will it clear it completly from the water when underway with mains? I would appreciate your idea on this little bit crazy idea...Thank You....MikeAsked on 8/12/2009 by Mike
A:It has a 7800 lb. lifting capacity.Answered on 9/18/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
Q:With the motor set to the lowest position on the transom, the shaft my pontoons Honda OB Motor is too short.
It is Standard Length, previous owner should have ordered long shaft.
Q If mounted to the lowest position on the transom (as motor currently is) does this jack a)raise, b)lower or c) raise and lower the motor relative to the position it would have been if mounted using the some holes.Asked on 8/4/2009 by Bill M from CoonRapids MN
A:It will both raise and lower the motor.Answered on 11/10/2009 by OVERTON'S from TECHNICIAN
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