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    I have a Hondo ski hydro , I would like to move my engine forward 3 to 4 inches . Can I put some spacers under the feet so my pan wont hit the prop shaft , or is that a bad idea . looking for maybe 1/4 to 1/2 inch ? Thanks
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    You sure can. We do it here. We make the spacers out f billet aluminum and bolt them in two directions. Works great. Doing a sanger as we speak.

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    HaHa , but I did it first
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