ADVENTURE MARINE'S BOAT STABILIZER:



Q: How is it installed?
A: With 6 – ¼” stainless steel cap screws and lock nuts. 3 on each side of the anti-cavitation
plate. The Stabilizer is installed below the anti-cavitation plate, in about 30- 40 minutes. All fasteners supplied.

Q: What tools do I need?
A: An electric hand drill, 5/16” high speed drill bit and two 7/16” open end wrenches.

Q: Will the Stabilizer work for water-skiing?
A: Yes – extremely well. You will be up faster with less effort. Much less wake. Smoother water to ski on.

Q: Will visibility be better?
A: Yes – with the bow of the boat down, the driver can see better and it is safer.



ADVENTURE MARINE'S PROPELLER LINE GUARD:






Q: How is the Guard mounted on the motor?
A: The upper mounting plate of the Guard is 10 gauge stainless steel with a center opening to accommodate the anode. Four (4) 5/16” diameter holes pre-drilled for mounting the guard under the anti-cavitation plate. Four (4) ¼” stainless steel cap screws and lock nuts secure guard to anti-cavitation plate. The lower mounting brackets (2) attach to the bottom of the Guard, one bracket on left side and one bracket on right side of skeg. Two (2) ¼” stainless steel cap screws with lock nuts attach brackets to skeg. Four (4) stainless steel ¼” cap screws and lock nuts attach brackets to bottom of guard.

In the lower section of the guard is a long-gated slide attachment to allow fore and aft adjustment to find proper location on skeg to fasten brackets.

Q: What tools do I need?
A: An electric hand drill with a 5/16” high speed drill bit and 2 open end 7/16” wrenches.

Q: How much friction or drag will the Line Guard cause?
A: Depending on speed and motor/hull configuration, at low speed to medium speed very little, at high speed 3 to 5%. However because of the "propeller nozzle" effect of the Line Guard the propeller now has more "solid water" to operate in and this will offset the minimal drag of the guard. A slight net gain in performance will result.



ADVENTURE MARINE'S PROPELLER SAFETY GUARD:



Q: How is the Guard mounted on the motor?
A: The upper mounting plate of the Guard is 10 gauge stainless steel with a center opening to accommodate the anode. Four (4) 5/16” diameter holes pre-drilled for mounting the guard under the anti-cavitation plate. Four (4) ¼” stainless steel cap screws and lock nuts secure guard to anti-cavitation plate. The lower mounting brackets (2) attach to the bottom of the Guard, one bracket on left side and one bracket on right side of skeg. Two (2) ¼” stainless steel cap screws with lock nuts attach brackets to skeg. Four (4) stainless steel ¼” cap screws and lock nuts attach brackets to lower section of guard.

In the lower section of the guard is a long-gated slide attachment to allow fore and aft adjustment to find proper location on skeg to fasten brackets.

Q: What tools do I need?
A: An electric hand drill with a 5/16” high speed drill bit and 2 open end 7/16” wrenches.

Q: How much friction or drag will the Safety Guard cause?
A: Depending on speed and motor/hull configurations, from 5% to 15%. At slow speed to medium speed very little, at high speed more.