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    Anyone ever take a Seaark Tunnel and modify the transom so you can run jet and prop? The jet tunnel transom is taller and you can't put a prop on that I am aware of and be able to lower the outboard without hitting the transom with the motor.

    Trying to figure out how to accomplish this

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    Quote Originally Posted by 375ultramag View Post
    Anyone ever take a Seaark Tunnel and modify the transom so you can run jet and prop? The jet tunnel transom is taller and you can't put a prop on that I am aware of and be able to lower the outboard without hitting the transom with the motor.

    Trying to figure out how to accomplish this
    Best way is to use a lift, These are nice as they have 7.5" of travel, and they use a jack screw instead of hydraulic.

    https://powrtran.com/shop/magnum-standard-4/

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