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  • Dusky drive vs. Aftermarket bracket

    I was wondering what if you guys thought about the pros and cons of the dusky drive bracket design as compared to other aftermaket aluminum brackets out there. Just along the lines of buoyancy, the open top and construction? It appears there are drain holes on the dusky which leads me to believe that it doesn't add any buoyancy and it wouldn't be as stong with that open top? Just looking for opinions



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    You pretty much answered the question.[] No Boyancy. These newer/heavier motors need all the help they can get.

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    • #3
      That's the old style Dusky drive.

      The new style looks just like all the other brackets. Flotation chamber and all....

      http://www.dusky.com/parts.htm
      Brian[br]St. Leonard, MD

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