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  • Selling custom 261 bracket

    Selling a custom twin outboard bracket built for a 261. Tub is 53 inches wide 25 inches tall in the center 30 inches setback. Platform is 86 inches wide. Ladder mounts on both sides. Tubes welded into platform for rigging. 16° transom side 19° engine side (for more tuck in with 4strokes). Engine plate is 1/2" platform is 1/4" and everything else is 3/8 material. Holes drilled for 27-28" centers.

    originally built 3 identical brackers for two other 261 owners and one for my 241. Was told the 241 came out of the same mold but found out my transom is actually 13° so this bracket wont work without looking silly.

    asking 4000, open to offers.
    1990 241 Restoration In Progress
    https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...241-cc-restore

    Nicholas
    Stuart, Florida

  • #2
    Dang man up early. Hahaha

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    • #3
      Cant waste no time gotta get some money back so I can put the boat back together
      1990 241 Restoration In Progress
      https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...241-cc-restore

      Nicholas
      Stuart, Florida

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      • #4
        Lowered to 3500, need this thing gone. Someone out here needs a fancy bracket I know it
        1990 241 Restoration In Progress
        https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...241-cc-restore

        Nicholas
        Stuart, Florida

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        • #5
          I’ll be real interested if you still have it in 3 months or so. Reporting my 261 and contemplating a bracket at the same time.
          1992 261

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BillyM View Post
            I’ll be real interested if you still have it in 3 months or so. Reporting my 261 and contemplating a bracket at the same time.
            This bracket sold a wayyyyy long time ago. I can make another but my prices are unfortunately much higher compared to cookie cutter bracket makers. All my welding is done by tig, instead of mig which takes longer, looks better and ends up much stronger but people these days just looking at the dollar amount sadly!
            1990 241 Restoration In Progress
            https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...241-cc-restore

            Nicholas
            Stuart, Florida

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