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Old 04-18-2002, 01:55 PM
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Question Where can I find Hydraulic jack plates to replace my mechanical pair?

Love my Ocean Express Cat, but, it has mechanical jack plates on it. I bought from lake Mi. so he had the 250 yammies dropped in a little extra! The problem is I'm on an inland lake, Cass Lake Oakland County Mi. , and I need to be able to change the 'X' dim. a bunch for flat water (it has Land&Sea low water pickups)or it wants to hop, abit up around 80-85. Anybody have an old pair in good shape, rebuildable ,etc. or knows a good vendor let me know . Used is good !!!!!
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I'd try VisciousOne (Sparky) he's got a ton of stuff, and can usually get anything if he doesn't have it. I dont have his number on me right now. Milord, what's the # You just got a bunch of stuff from him. Try Earls performance marine services too, he's not listed, but he's got almost anything for any boat, It's like an indoor used boat part warehouse, he's at south river and jefferson, Milord, got that number too?

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Ok here we go:

Sparky's - (586) 598-4077

Earl's - (586) 468-0937
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We have them, call Mike, 800-376-1616, @ Doller Offshore.
 
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Thanks! I had good intentions, but...
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I have always used the Land & Sea Jack plates and had very good luck with them.

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CMC Cook Mfr Company, Stainless Marine they both make good hydraulic jack plates
 
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Bob,s machine shop in FL, tel # 800 966 3493, excellent product and warranty
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I have a pair of L&S plates that were of of my SKATER. They are older, one works fine the other needs alittle work. (I don't know how much?) These plates are elec/hyd. so they don't need trim pumps just celionds. They need to be cleaned up a little but I'll take $500.00 for the pair. They are like $900.00 each new. THANKS
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Ryan.. give me a buzz....419-392-0946 thanks scott
 
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