- For Small Outboards - Max Weight 425 lbs / Max Horsepower 115 HP
- Great For Shallow Water Boats - Gheenoes, River Runners, Jon Boats, Skiffs
- Get Out of Trouble Fast - lifts in 8 Seconds
- Lightweight - only 23 Pounds Fish "Skinny Water" With Confidence
- Self Contained Hydraulics
- Small Footprint - Only 14-5/8" Wide and 11-1/2" High
- Clamp-On Motor Adapter (part # AHJM-CMA-DP) allows you to mount smaller engines with clamp-on brackets to the ATLAS Micro Jacker, since they do not mount with bolts on the standard BIA engine hole pattern
- Contact your boat manufacturer or local dealer for setback recommendation for your particular boat and also the affects adding a jack plate can have on your boat
Note: Gauge not available for Atlas Micro Jacker
SMALLEST & LIGHTEST HYDRAULIC JACK ON THE MARKET
With the Micro Jacker in place, you will have about 8.5" to work with in height. This includes 1.5" of adjustment at the transom, another 1.0" on the motor side, 1.0" of adjustment with the motor, and 5" of hydraulic lift with the Micro Jacker itself.
Horsepower note: To the best of T-H Marine's knowledge, Honda has the only 115 horsepower outboard that exceeds 425 pound dry weight. Therefore, the ATLAS Micro cannot be used with Honda's 115 HP outboard. This is based on publicly available internet specifications on outboard manufacturer websites know to T-H Marine as of 4/9/2014.
Purchaser should assure that their outboard does not exceed either 115 horsepower or 425 pounds, regardless of outboard manufacturer, model, or production date.
|OEM/Bulk||Product Name||Distributor Packaged|
|AHJM-4-DP||Atlas Micro Jacker™ Small Outboard Hydraulic Jack||AHJM-4-DP|
|AHJM-CMA-DP||Micro Jacker Clamp-on Motor Adapter||AHJM-CMA-DP|
|7014G-DP||Replacement Wiring Harness||7014G-DP|
- Max Weight: 425 lbs
- Max Horsepower: 115 hp
- Weight: 23 lbs
- Width: 14 5/8"
- Height: 11 1/2"
My Atlas Micro Jacker has served me faithfully, but suddenly it does not operate smoothly as it goes up and down. In fact, I'm reluctant to use it now --which is a shame. I don't have an owner's manual, so I don't know if I should be doing some sort of maintenance. It's mated to a Yamaha F50 outboard that weighs in at 254 pounds -- well below the jack plate's maximum. So, I would have given it a 5 star rating, but I'll go with 4 stars until I figure out if there is "operator error" involverd or if the unit is at fault.
This is the perfect jackplate for my tiny boat and any aluminum Jon boat!
Great plate for my small tin rig
My Micro Jack plate was out of warranty but only used a dozen times before the actuator and console switch failed. Contacted Jeremey sent mea new one free of charge no questions asked...thatâ€™s standing behind your product and taking care of the customer. Top notch!
Installed this on a 15â€™6â€ skiff used for flyfishing. Although the boat doenâ€™t have a tunnel or wasnâ€™t made specifically for shallow water running, with proper trim adjustment, flats usage Baumann prop and of course my Micro jacker, I can run comfortably in a foot of water or less, on plane at 4K rpm doing 21 knots. Iâ€™m also running a 70 Yamaha which has a 20 inch shaft, so without the jackplate installed I would no way be able to run as skinny as I am. Changing from a stock OEM aluminum prop to the heavy duty Baumann prop wsnâ€™t cheap also, but itâ€™s the right tool for the job and made the entire package perform as it does. One other thing too is I have an SE Sport fin on the engine cavitation plate which also helps stability and hole shot. I have no trim tabs as they arenâ€™t needed. With the custom prop I did lose a few knots on the high end but gained on the holeshot because of the cupping on the prop. Top end is still right 30 knots, which is plenty fast. For longevity of my engine I usually never run over 5K, as itâ€™s not necessary. I also use Amsoil in my engine and leg. No need to spend $45-60K for a custom flats boat made of carbon fiber. Unless of course you can aford itâ€¦.