Here is how mounted mine and linked everything up for quick disconnect and mounting. Take note on where the steering lines are mounted on the motor wing plate and the cutouts on the steering drum cover.
This allows the motor to turn at the exact same rate of degree as the rudder which makes for better turning and more precise steering.
With the lines on the outside holes of the wing plate (yes i know its upside down. It is that way on purpose) the motor will not turn nearly as much as the rudder.
If you do not do the cutouts on the steering drum cover...same problem. The way i cut the steering drum cover the lines follow the cutouts around the outside, top and bottom edge and never rub against the cover wearing the line out. To release the steering lines just tilt the motor up and remove the clips from the key rings.
Also the reverse line is clipped on to the bungee on the bottom (green clip) to keep the rope from falling down in to the prop in the event it gets to much slack back there...and the Harken carbo cam (not yet mounted) to lock the line down for reverse or lock it in the raised position.
Motor support mounted on grab bar makes for a rock solid mount. No dancing around.
You can set your trim angle back to neutral by opening up the the motors swivel bracket and adding a rubber stop inside. This also eliminates the metal to metal stop inside the swivel bracket and makes it very soft and quiet when dropping the motor from a raised position. You will want to use a dense rubber for that. Soft will not work. It will compress to much.
Hope this helps...