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Skeggard Skeg Protector

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Before you start the installation, make sure that you have 2 to 3 inches of skeg remaining.

Prepare the skeg of the lower unit by filing or sanding any rough or jagged edges that may exist.

Remove the hardware from the SKEGGARD. Install onto your new or damaged skeg. Tap in place with a mallet or block of wood. DO NOT FORCE !!!

Using the predrilled holes on the SKEGGARD as guides, drill through your skeg using a 1/4" drill bit.

Install the hardware through the SKEGGARD only finger tight. The hardware must tighten against the sides of the SKEGGARD. If this does not happen, you need to reorganize the hardware to achieve the correct length.

The mounting bolts that are included with SKEGGARD are tamper proof type of hardware, designed to shear in the event of a severe impact. Different lengths can be achieved by taking the hardware apart and mixing the stud and post.

Remove the hardware and apply the LOCTITE supplied. To do this, shake well before use. Make sure threads are clean. To open tube, snap tube neck below end cap. Apply LOCTITE to threaded areas, assemble hardware and tighten securely. You must wait 24 hours before use to allow LOCTITE to fully cure. Failure to do so may result in loss of product.

The SKEGGARD is warranted against defects in workmanship. Manufacturer will repair or replace upon return of the defective unit.


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