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Porta Bracket
The Porta Bracket
Porta Bracket with  Integral Swim Platform
Porta Bracket with Integral Swim Platform

Porta Hydraulic Transom Bracket
"Enhance Your Boating and Fishing Experience"

"The Porta Transom Bracket is unique in that it's hydraulic and can accommodate from one to five high-horsepower outboard motors. Hydraulics allow tilting the engine completely out of the water. Because motor height is adjustable, the helmsman can fine-tune propeller depth for fast flying or shallow running on the flats." - Southern Boating, August 2001

The Porta Hydraulic Transom Bracket is a travelling parallelogram that combines the best features of two products. A simple transom bracket extends the motor off the back of the boat for stability and more room inside the boat - but cannot raise or lower the motor to find the "sweet spot" for performance, to accommodate shallow water fishing, or to provide motor protection raise-and-tilt. A simple hydraulic jack plate can raise or lower the motor a short distance (usually eight inches max) but does not offer the setback advantages of a transom bracket. With the Porta Hydraulic Transom Bracket you get both - the setback, with its advantages, and the vertical movement range - of 12" to 24" - much more than is offered by any hydraulic jack plate on the market. Unique is indeed the right word for this remarkable product.

Standard colors are White, E-Tech white, black, silver, Yamaha gray, or unpainted aluminum. Custom colors require a paint chip, or a paint number and manufacturer.

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"Thanks to Mr. Porta for manufacturing such a great product... Haven't seen anything like it on the Louisiana coast. I bought the bracket from you in January and we have been offshore and in the bay with it. I put it on a 200 HP Ocean Pro 23 ft. inboard converted to an outboard w/ bracket. I can fish alongside my friend's 18 ft. cc Wellcraft in shallow water in the bay with my 200 out of the water... just enough.... to pick up water pressure and move us along. Have anyone that wants to know just how great this bracket is to call me. I travel a lot in my work, but I will call them back." - Darryl Hinson, 337-392-0402
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Travel shallow or deep, slow or fast, always in the direction you want to go.

IF THE BOAT CAN FLOAT IN IT, YOU CAN OPERATE IN IT!!!

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