I have an older (1994?) Seaworthy Dinghy
which were sold by West Marine
way back when.
I have the 10' one which I think measures out at 9' 6".
My transom height is just under 15". It really needs to be about 17" for my O/B motor
I want to add about 2 1/2" t0 3" to the height of my transom without doing a major transom rebuild
My idea is to fabricate an aluminum
plate about 12" high, 20" wide and 1/4" thick. and bolt it on from the outside. Then bolt some plywood
to it on the inside above the existing transom top so I can attach the 90 lb. Tohatsu O/B to it.
Will 1/4" aluminum
plate be too thin? Should I use steel
has anyone else conquered this problem yet?
Thanks in advance.