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Minn Kota® Pontoon Hand-Control Freshwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motors

   

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Volt Thrust (lbs.)
Shaft Length
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12

55

52"

Type:
Pontoon Mount
  • $419.99

  • SKU: 1854900

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  • Include 3 Yr Premium Accident Protection Plan

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24

70

52"

Type:
Pontoon Mount
  • $524.99

  • SKU: 1854901

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  • Compact hand control mount
  • Hinge & Door Latch
  • Tilt Twist Tiller™
  • Weedless Wedge 2 prop
Minn Kota's Pontoon Hand Control models give you quiet, steady, all-day performance with quick and easy mounting so you can sit back and enjoy your day on the lake. Manufacturer's two-year warranty.
   
Compact Hand Control Motor Bracket
Features compact footprint to free up more deck space. Compatible with Minn Kota's quick release brackets (sold separately) and uses a Hinge & Door Latch design.

Hinge & Door Latch
Allows for easy depth adjustment and motor removal.

Tilt Twist Tiller™
The natural ergonomic grip gives you the ultimate in hands-on control for speed and steering. Multi-position handle.
Minn Kota® Pontoon Hand-Control Freshwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motors 2.5 5 2 2
My first and last Minn Kota motor Worked well, when it worked. A $500 motor should last more than two seasons. The hand control switch went bad half way through season two. Then the lower unit died two months into this season. One month out of the 2 year warranty, so I'm stuck with it. Going with MotorGuide next time, as I can't afford to take a chance on another Minn Kota. June 8, 2013
great price for a 70# motor I bought one of these in 2006. It lasted until this March, 2013. It may only need new brushes to repair it but I had visitors over and I did not want to wait for a repairman to fix it as they all were booked in the Spring. The only thing I do not like one thing. With five speeds, the jump from 4 to 5 is quite large. It would be perfect if it had about 8 speeds. I think the 5 fixed speed motors last longer than the infinite variable units. April 1, 2013
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The Pontoon hand control there is no quick release bracket for that model. Thanks!
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Why not? Its the ONLY battery it will take. But if you fish a LOT on trolling motor, then go with higher FT LBS and go 24volt, even 36volt,
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Yes, the 55# thrust can run off of a 12 volt battery.
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Never! You have to put two 12 volt batteries n series to create a 24 volt battery by putting a thick wire like a number #8 AWG . There are 24 volt batteries for big rig trucks but they cost over $500.
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The 70# thrust would require a 24Volt battery.
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