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

   

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  • 8 gauge
  • 50 amp
  • For use with MotorGuide Pro Series 12/24/36V trolling motors
For use with MotorGuide Pro Series 12/24/36V trolling motors. 8 gauge; 50 amp.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works It works and does exactly what it says it does. I mean it could have more universal connectors but for the money get it. April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 2 out of 5 by 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
Rated 3 out of 5 by 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
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It is 2 prong.
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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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2 prongs
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No it just has the receptacle and quick connects.
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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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No. had to splice it into existing wiring and breaker.
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