So how does that work?It will have an Armstrong bracket. They have the hull measurements on file.
I'll have to check it out with all the time I have on my hands right now.I am thinking a company like that just has a whole bunch of manufacturers on file. The builder has been in contact with Armstrong, and they have the hull measurements needed from the last builder. When I had my bracket made, by a guy that was essentially a one man show, my builder made up a template that showed the curve of the transom beam to beam and then also measured the angle of the transom. Those were the two big measurements, along with motor shaft length and overall width. We also discussed the shape of the bottom at the transom, and he added a little curve to the bottom of the bracket, to more accurately reflect the shape of the bottom. Its been a while but I believe Armstrong has a form on their website.