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Posted by profishguide on Apr 27 2006
Be very carefull, if this was designed for a single OB, then it is not designed to hang two. One of the Deep Creek guides found out the hard way with his transom cracking in multiple places. Two motors will have more low end torque and will weigh more than a larger single, therefore putting more stress on the boat. You might try to talk to the Engineer at the builder (if they have one, depends on size of company).
Hopes this helps,

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