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Ain't Misbehavin
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I had Tom from TSG put a jackplate together for the new Low Tide.  I had looked at his design and thought it looked sufficient for my needs at a good price.   Tom told me he had a newer design he was going to use to construct my jackplate.

If you look at Tom's other jack plates you can see they have a traditional groove and axle type of set up to locate the plate and allow it to move up and down.

  This is the way all the jack plates I have seen in the past have worked.

The new design has a clean look and what should be a lower maintenance sliding section.

Here are a couple of pictures detailing the travel distance of the jack plate.  This particular plate has a 4  1/2" setback.



Thanks Tom for a great product !

For more information contact Tom at

TsG Custom
Orlando, FL

[email protected]

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