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This tough DuPont® nylon/fiberglass bracket allows anglers to mount a trolling motor without having to weld blocks to their flat-bottom boat. The Trolling Motor Bracket fits into the bow or stern handle of your jon boat for quick and easy removal or application. Angle is easily adjusted when in the bow-mounted position. To remove bracket, simply lift it out of the handle. Accommodates up to 35 lb. thrust trolling motors. Shaft hole: 2-1/2" diameter.
Nylon and fiberglass construction
Fits into the bow or stern handle of your jon boat
Jon Boat Trolling Motor Bracket for Bow or Stern
this trolling motor bracket is weak, very flimsy, turn the trolling motor to 1 and the bracket bends about an inch or so. Looking to buy something more secure. Would not recomend.
April 17, 2012
i love this product is easy to instal, and heavy duty product i love it
October 21, 2011
Works but needs upgrades
While this does work as it's supposed to it could really use some tweaking. It does hold the trolling motor and is a great idea but it is so flimsy it's almost a pain. The trolling motor seems like it wants to break right off it flops back and forth so much (knocks on wood). If this product was made of steel, maybe even aluminum or at least has a way to secure the top part to the front of the boat it would perform much better. A great idea, not so great execution.
June 17, 2011
$23.00 PLUS TAX WASTED. NO STABILITY, MOTOR JUMPS ALL AROUND. VERY DIFFICULT TO STEER. VERY POOR DESIGN. WOULD TAKE IT BACK FOR A REFUND, BUT IT WOULD COST ME MORE IN GASOLINE THAN I WOULD GET BACK FOR IT.
May 29, 2011
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