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tempest51
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Mark,
Hartley wayfarer sold me my bracket and shoe. That’s the easy part. Fitting takes a bit of research to make sure of a good job. There are many posts on the subject in this forum, just do a search. I managed to fit mine easily in an afternoon, then a couple of days for drying. I fitted mine on the port side, everyone seems to have their own opinion as to which side, and have had no problems with anything getting tangled. I also bought a 2.5 hp Suzuki, which is perfect and not too heavy, runs quiet and starts like a dream, especially in locks when needed. Don’t think too much…just do it! You’ll have great fun even without wind.