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    Platinum Member Platinum Member RMPRam's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarman View Post

    Haven't had a moment to call yet.

    So if you subtract 8.500" from 17 13/16 then the engine is 9.3125" farthur forward correct?

    Thanks to everyone else for your imput also.

    Within 1/4", that should be correct.

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    Gold Member Gold Member CcanDo's Avatar
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    We have a set of drill fixtures for # 6's . The fixture has collets that were placed using CAD/CAM, all you do is bolt the fixture to the transom, using the old holes and drill through the collets.

    You may want to consider a thicker transom for rigidity. If so, longer gimbal studs will make the drill fixture even more appreciated.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member cougarman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMPRam View Post
    Within 1/4", that should be correct.

    Great thanks

    "If some is good, more is better.
    And to much is just enough."
    ----Carroll Shelby

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