Bass Pro Shops® Trolling Motor Plugs or Receptacles
- Provides quick and easy connection
- Eliminate loose connections
- Heavy-duty construction
- Available with 8 or 10 gauge wire
Eliminate the hold-up a loose connection can cause by replacing your old parts with our rugged and reliable Trolling Motor Plugs and Receptacles. The heavier 8 gauge wire is perfect for 24 volt trolling motor systems while the 10 gauge wire is suitable for 12 volt trolling motor systems.
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Is the 24 V system a 2 or 3 wire system?
meaning.. My 12 V has, 1 red, & 1 black wire ..is the 24 V- 1 Red & 1 Black also..
or does it have a 3rd wire,,White or Bare Ground.?
I know I'll need new plugs too, and wire..#8 but how many..2 or 3
This male and female plugs allow you to easily remove the Trolling motor from the boat.
This male and female plug come with either 10 or 8 ga. wire.
The 10 gauge wire is for 12 volt and the 8 is for 24 volt.
If trolling motor wiring is done correctly at the batteries, you should have a negative and either 12 volt or 24 volt positive.
Depending on what your motor needs.
These work great and come with connectors for the wires.
The 20 amp breaker is too small for your motor. I would suggest at least a 40 amp for this unit!