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    I've been meaning to ask this question for a while. On my Wooldridge Sport IB, when I look aft at the engine, it has been mounted with the right side (as you look at it) probably 3-4 inches lower than the left, that is, not level.
    Whats that all about? The engine mounts are solid, no loose nuts. Its close coupled to a 212.
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    You can raise one side up a bit with the nut underneath the motor mount then lock it down with the nut on top. The real question is why is it not levelů.. Is the boat bent a bit, the mount bent or the mount not welded level in the first place. Then, what does it really matter?? I am curious as to what might happen with the motor off center.

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    I should clarify its a 2001 hull, so this was not a Wooldridge issue. I'm guessing at some point it was pulled or worked on.
    No damage on hull or pump, mounts are all just fine, adjustment nuts are solid. Just low on the one side. Runs great.
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