Three sizes each with distinctive styles for different size outboard motors. These stands work great in the garage or shop for maintenance or service on your motor or for storage during winter! Includes a one year warranty!
Service, maintain, and store your boat motor on an outboard motor carrier. Three individual designs each for different size motors. Model # OMC-315 features dual rear tires, front casters, and a 315 lb capacity for holding motors up to 115 hp. Model # OMC-130 includes an integrated gas can rack with strap for holding your boats gas can and motor at the same time. The OMC 130 holds up to 130 lbs or motors up to 30 hp. The OMC-85 motor cart is designed for motors up to 15 hp or 85 lbs.
Each motor carrier has a 1-1/4" and 1" thick steel tube frame for support and a synthetic mounting block for resting the motor. The carriers have ergonomic handles making it easy to cart outboard motors in the garage or shop. The outboard motor stands rest on rubber tires (dual rear tires and front casters on model # OMC-315 ) providing a solid foundation for carting outboard motors. All outboard motor stands include a one year warranty.
Review Summary (Based on 3 Reviews)
I have been taking this motor on and off our boat for years and just carrying it. I decided to buy your motor dolly and boy this will make a back breaking difference in the future!!!
Very fast shipping. Impressed that all the parts were wrapped in plastic and bolts in Ziploc bag with some attached to brackets for easy inventory verification. Have received some products from China before that were no where near the quality of this package. Kudos for quality supplier. Functionality is pretty basic and works as designed.
The product is functional but the design could easily be improved to accommodate small motors (typically to 6 hp) with "short shafts" used in small fishing boats. With the present design, there is a 6.25" clearance from the bottom of my motor's skeg to the floor under the carrier. This unnecessary extra elevation makes the motor less stable (against tipping) on the stand and it requires lifting the 50-60 lb portable motor unnecessarily high (a real "ball buster"). It appears that the present elevation of the plastic block was selected to accommodate "long shaft" motors that are typically used as auxiliary motors for motor trolling with big boats. Your design could be easily and cheaply improved by providing one extra hole in each of the "upright tubes" (items 3 and 4) spaced 4" lower that the present lowest hole for the plastic block. This would result in 3 holes spaced at 4" intervals in each upright tube for attaching the block. That would allow your customer to select the most appropriate block elevation for his/her carrier based on a simple measurement of the motor dimension from the bottom of the skeg to the top of the transom mount. In the case of my 55 lb "short shaft" motor, assembling the block 4" lower would still leave me 2" of clearance beneath the bottom of the skeg.