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Product DescriptionThese trailering clips provide an economical way to protect stern drive units while trailering or storing. Trailering clips relieve the stress on the hydraulic tilt and trim system by transferring the stern drive weight from the hydraulic cylinders to the transom bracket. These clips help prevent damage from weight surges during trailering and increase the life of the o-rings, internal seals, and valves in the hydraulic system. Resistant to UV rays, gasoline, oil, and other marine chemicals.
These 12" long clips fit all sterndrives with 3/4" hydraulic rams, including: Mercruiser Alpha I, Alpha I Generation II, Bravo I, Bravo II, Bravo III, and Blackhawk Stern Drives. The clips can also be trimmed to fit shorter rams. Sold in pairs.
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Q:What is the length?Asked on 6/21/2014 by Geno from Indio, CA
The Trailering Clips are 12" in length.
SteveAnswered on 6/23/2014 by Anonymous
Q:does it replace or do you use with transom saverAsked on 6/2/2009 by grandpabob6 from cedar rapids,iowa
A:Typically, the trailering clips are used in I/O applications to alleviate the strain on the hydraulics and transom savers are used on O/B's. You still have the weight of the outdrive bouncing on the transom with the trailering clips.Answered on 6/4/2009 by Ryan from Overtons
A:Visit the supplier's advertisement as well for more information about these trailering clips at
http://www.thmarine.com/product057e.html?PRID=123Answered on 1/13/2010 by Justin from Overton's Technician
A:I used them on an I/O, not an outboard. I would say that since outboard trim cylinders are much shorter and are still near the transom pivot, that a transom saver would offer more support for an outboard application.Answered on 11/18/2009 by Leadbottom from Niles, MI
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