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That is correct. Also straighten out your motor so the cav plate is level and measure again. Your not getting a good measurement with it angled like that. The big thing is you want to be able to raise and lower the motor the motor from the DWL with the jack plate.
Looking good guy.
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Most of what I know about propping an outboard hull is based off them having a flat run in the stern half. With these hulls having so much rocker I think getting the motors set right is going to be tough.
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