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Bass Pro Shops Trolling Motor Receptacle for Motorguide Pro Series Trolling Motors

   

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Bass Pro Shops® Trolling Motor Receptacle for Motorguide® Pro Series Trolling Motors for use with MotorGuide Pro Series 12/24/36V trolling motors. 8 gauge; 50 amp.

  • 8 gauge
  • 50 amp
  • For use with MotorGuide Pro Series 12/24/36V trolling motors
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Receptacle Ordered this the same time I ordered my new Pro series Motor Guide trolling motor. Was surprised it was shipped in a seperate box. Had to wait a few days for the receptacle to arrive so i could install the motor. Easy to install. Will see how it holds up. August 1, 2012
Not So Good Although it fits the bill as a replacement for the original, it is constructed of cheap plastic. I don't have a problem with plastic, but this construction is extremely brittle; the plastic around both mounting holes cracked under very low levels of tension when I installed it. Overpriced, too, for what it is. June 6, 2012
Existing plug didn't fit this receptacle Quality looks ok. Hopefully the prongs won't dislodge. Had to order the plug also; my existing one was a smaller gage, therefore the 10ga. (which is really 8ga.) didn't fit. September 9, 2011
Parcel post took two weeks I blame myself for not anticipating that I would need a new receptacle, even though it would have been nice if the new trolling motor would have included one or they at least told you that you would need one. I choose standard shipping and BPS opted to send this 3 oz package parcel post. It took exactly two weeks from the order date to arrive. August 22, 2011
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No it's not. It's a two prong plug.
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How many prongs are present in tnis receptacle? Picture looks like 2. My current receptacle has 4.
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No it doesn't. The wires are only about six inches long from the receptacle and there's no breaker.
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