Minn Kota® Composite Quick-Release Trolling Motor Mounting Brackets
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- Corrosion-resistant composite construction
- Low profile design
- Bracket locks over top of deck-mounted center puck
Makes removing your Minn Kota trolling motor a breeze! Made of high-yield composite construction that's impervious to corrosion. Low-profile design leaves the deck clear when the motor is removed. Bracket locks in over top of deck-mounted center puck.MKA-21
: fits all Minn Kota Terrova, Power Drive, PowerDrive V2, or Pontoon Hand Control bow-mount trolling motors.MKA-23
: fits all Minn Kota Fortrex, Maxxum, Maxxum Pro, Edge or All Terrain® bow-mount trolling motors.RTA-17
: fits Minn Kota Riptide ST or Riptide SP bow-mount trolling motors.RTA-19
: fits Minn Kota Riptide SF, Riptide SM or Riptide SE bow mount trolling motors.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 31
Rated 4 out of 5 by fishingmachineII a nice brackett
this mount worked really well,however, I would like to see more adjustability fore and aft with this unit,Also if you have carpet where you mount this,you must shim under it so it is high enough to pull the u-pin to remove the motor
October 2, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by JBurris so far...
I really like it, only have had it on the boat a short time
May 22, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Philboats Quick mount
Worked well, but its expensive and the center disk should have been repositioned to allow for more flexibility in mounting. The bow of my boad tapers in and I had to modify the mount in order for the trolling motor to extend out far enough past the bow to clear the bumbers
April 28, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by JCinAZ2 Mounting Holes are same width as my old Motorguide
I bought this to see if the holes lined up with the built in mounting wholes that were used for the original equipment Motorguide trolling motor my old Bass Tarcker had.
I was bummed when I tried to mount my new Minn Kota (Power Drive v2) and there are a few choices for mounting holes but none lined up with the ones built into my boat (too wide).
The boat doesnt just have holes but countersunk welded bolt things..
This bracket (puck) lines up with the Motorguide holes in my boat width wise exactly. I used the stock mounting wholes on the front. I had to drill out the base plate since the old screws were a larger diameter and get ones with counter sunk heads, but it was worth it to use 2 of my original mounting wholes which are so close to the edge of the boat.
I did have to drill 2 new holes for the rear ones. But they were easy enough to get to.
I still cannot believe that no one has come up with an adapter bracket (at least that I could find) going from one to the other, etc.
This is expensive but I do like being able to take the troller off as well.
Hope this helps someone out there.
JC in AZ
September 30, 2011
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