Minn Kota PowerDrive V2 Bow-Mount Trolling Motors

   

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12

55

48"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $589.99

  • SKU: 1339496

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12

55

54"

Speed:
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Type:
Bow Mount
  • $599.99

  • SKU: 1339497

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70

54"

Speed:
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Type:
Bow Mount
  • $789.99

  • SKU: 1339504

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70

60"

Speed:
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Type:
Bow Mount
  • $799.99

  • SKU: 1339518

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12

54

48"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Pontoon Mount
  • $614.99

  • SKU: 1344276

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24

68

48"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Pontoon Mount
  • $749.99

  • SKU: 1344277

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12

45

48"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $494.99

  • SKU: 1648108

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A redesign of their trusted PowerDrive™ Trolling Motor, Minn Kota's® PowerDrive® V2 Bow-Mount Trolling Motor delivers the same dependable performance with the added benefit of an improved deploy mechanism, ergonomically designed foot pedal and digital electronics. Includes Minn Kota's two-year warranty.
Deploy-Assist Lever
Puts you in motion and in pursuit of fish, quickly and easily. Simply depress the lever to deploy the motor and you're ready to go. When it's time to move, it stows easily and securely—ready for action again as soon as you are.
Ergonomically Designed Foot Pedal
Offers precise speed adjustment, right/left steering, and both momentary and constant on/off. Features the industry's highest IP68 waterproof rating and an 18' cord.
Wireless Foot Pedal System Accessory
Plug-n-play design for PowerDrive V2 (and Riptide SP) bow-mount motors. Wireless foot pedal gives you the freedom to fish anywhere on the boat. Pedal functions include left/right steering, speed up/down, and motor on/off. Receiver attaches to the right side-plate of trolling motor mount and includes plug to allow corded foot pedal to be used in conjunction with the wireless pedal. System is programmable to allow multiple foot pedals and/or CoPilot™ remotes to be ''learned'' (up to 10 total, sold separately).
Digital Maximizer™ Technology
Up to five times longer run time on a single charge. By controlling the draw of power at variable speeds, Digital Maximizer eliminates wasted energy, extends battery life, and gives you more time on the water.
Pontoon Hand Control Motor
Compact foot print to free up more deck space. Hinge & door latch allows for easy depth adjustment and removal.

Minn Kota PowerDrive V2 Bow-Mount Trolling Motors 3.8 5 61 61
fantastic purchase I recently purchased this trolling motor and remote system. Works great, was easy to install, and the price was great. Will definitely recommend to others November 3, 2014
Most aggravating If I had not paid so much for it, would have tossed it in the lake on my first trip out. Luckily Bass Pro took it back. Could not concentrate on fishing for always wandering what direction the thing was pointed. It has no stop on the electric steer so if you didn't pay attention it would turn 360% and twist the cable completely around. Mounted transducer the way Minn Kota recommended. First deployment shreds the sheathing off transducer cable. May 18, 2014
Pretty good I got this for my boat a couple years ago and i have to say i like it. For the price it is hard to beat getting a 54 inch 55 pound thrust for a Deep V. I still think MotorGuide is a better product because of the easy of deploying the trolling motor and it being wireless already. This one seems very hard to deploy and after a full day of fishing my wrist hurts. So that is something to consider when purchasing these. March 18, 2014
easy fix to deployment Started using this motor in Feb. 2013. Only problem is in deploying it. You can not just press the deploy lever, you will need to press the lever and hit the head with your hand hard to drive the motor off the cradle mount! Got a easy fix!! While at home, deploy the motor.Then push the motor all the way back up but do not rotate the motor to fit in the cradle, keep the prop pointed toward the ground, push all the way up to the mount. Loosen the ring around the shaft just above the motor, unscrew and move it up the shaft until the deploy lever can engage it.Tighten the ring. Now push down on the deploy lever and see what happens! March 3, 2014
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I own a GRIZZLY 1654 S/C, and I have no idea what I need, pontoon mount or bow mount?...
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You would want the bow mount.
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The pontoon boat is wired for 12 volt I believe. I want the 24 volt trolling motor. Will I have to rewire? The plug in and cables to batteries?
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With regard to wiring...the size of the wire is determined by how much current it can safely carry. If you increase the thrust of your trolling motor, you MAY increase the current draw and therefore MAY need to put a larger gauge wire from your batteries to your trolling motor. Other considerations : You may need to UP the amps on your resettable circuit breaker as per the installation manual. Also you will need to install another 12V battery in series with your existing 12V battery to output the correct voltage of 24V. That will require additional wiring.
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If you do not have the 12/24 volt receptacle or plug that would be all you would need to change.
The Marinco® trolling motor male plug connects to the trolling motor. Jumpered internally to supply 12V and 24V power to the trolling motor when plugged into the receptacle, Marinco's 12/24V Locking Trolling Motor Receptacle includes a mounting bracket and spring-loaded flip lid cover to protect wiring against water damage when your trolling motor is not plugged in. Receptacle accepts four-prong locking plugs.•Rated for 30 amps
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Bow/pontoon mount

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What is the difference between a bow mount and a pontoon mount? I just bought a pontoon boat and want to buy the 70 lb thrust and 54 inch shaft. But that one does not say pontoon mount.
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these foot pedals are junk i have went threw 5 in 2 years minn kota knows and doesn't recall them review this pedal its junk
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Hi, if you are comparing the 70pd-v2 Bow Mount series to the 68PD/V2 Pontoon mechanically and functionally then there is no difference between the models at all. Difference would be the 70Pd/V2 comes in various shaft lengths (48", 54", and 60") or with various "options" (AP, IP, IP Link, US2 etc.). The 68Pd/V2 PONTOON model is only sold to pontoon dealers and comes with only the 48" shaft - which is perfect for pontoon applications, and lastly comes packaged with the MKA-16-02 Q.R. Bracket Assy. in the box. Thanks
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2008 Tahoe Q4

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I just purchased a 08 Tahoe Q4 fish and ski. I have the metal bracket that came with it but no trolling motor. Will this one fit on the Tahoe bracket? I see it is the one that comes on the 2013 model but didn't know if it fit a 2008, if not what do I need to purchase. Thanks
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I do not have any listing this will fit on a Tahoe bracket. However, this motor will include the bracket for mounting. You will just want to use the bracket that comes with this trolling motor for mounting. Thanks
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Can the steering be reversed to allow mounting on the stern? I realize that the head will spin 360 degrees but would like to be able to have the steering controls be correct
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No, this is a Bow-Mount Trolling Motor only. Thanks
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Need a trooling motor for a stick steer with a 4' deck. Normal foot pedal has a 5' cable to the foot. Can' get the pedal in the floor.
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The cord is about 16 foot long .I have a 17 foot bass boat and i can run it from the rear of my boat
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The PowerDrive V2 foot pedal has an 18' cable with an IP-68-rated waterproof plug.
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I am looking to put one of this on my 2011 pro team 175 tf? I have a the Covers from tracker I want to know if this motor would fit with the cover.
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Yes, this should fit your Tracker Boat and if your cover was designed to fit over a trolling motor than it would work perfectly. Thanks
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The shaft is the part of the trolling motor between the head and the prop. Thanks
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Model 1358712 is a model for the pontoon boat, different mount.
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Don't totally abuse and I believe you will be happy, I still am after one replacement in 20 plus years,
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I bought one after having cable foot pedals and i will never go back mine is great. I do take a bit more care of the foot pedal by unpluging it every time and stowing it but it is great
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I have a 55 pound thrust Minn Kota V2 Power Drive motor with foot remote on my Tracker Targa boat. I use my boat and the trolling motor constantly. I live on the water and work at a marina in my spare time. I fish an average of 10 hours a week from May through the middle of October. I have never had a problem with the remote foot controls on my Minn Kota V2. In my opinion it it the best and most reliable electric trolling motor hands down. I would never own anything else. Hope this helps you out.
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