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Minn Kota® Quick Nuts MKR-8

   

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  • Bow mount your trolling motor or other accessories
  • Rugged, durable construction
  • Includes mounting hardware
These Minn Kota Quick Nuts MKR-8 allow you to bow mount your trolling motor or other accessories where there is limited or no access to the underside of bow or mounting surface as required by standard nuts and bolts. Built to tough to provide maximum holding power and to absorb shock. Mounting hardware included.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent buy these plastic mtg bolts are excellent for mtg almost any thing on a bass boat I even use them for my trolling motor. February 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lacking Good product but the first set that BPS sent was missing three of the screes. Returned to store and got a new set. October 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Its ok once in As others have attested to, they can be very difficult to get the screw in without it spinning. Instructions say press firmly in while screwing in the screws. However for me that didn't work (guess I'm getting old). What I did was apply construction adhesive on the smooth part of the nut under the flange down to the splits and waited 24hrs. No problem at all then screwing in the screws. Because lets face it, the only time we want them to come out is when we drill them out. I agree with another person that said a taller section (maybe like a NUT to apply a wrench) would work. I used a Minn Kota quick release plate (metal) and tested it, and works good. The motor guide or rubber T nuts just don't last wtihout breaking. Plus these mounts are a LOT cheaper and seem to work way better. December 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by improved product the Minn-Kota Quick Nuts are a big improvement over the older style rubber T bolts. These will not deteriorate and hold very secure. I almost lost my trolling motor because the guy that put it on used the old isolator bolts. Three of the four had ripped in two and the nut had fallen off. It would be nice if the head of the quick nuts were a little taller so you could hold it with pliers until the threads start to tighten up. September 22, 2011
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yes they will you have to drill a bigger hole
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don't know why it wouldn't. You'd probably need 2 packs though cause the motor guide I took off this boat had 6 mounting holes and my minn kota only has 4.
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Yes, the MKA-8 quick nuts would also work on a Motorguide trolling motor.
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about 1 1/2" which is as long as the shank of the quick nut plus the mounting bracket
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No bolts needed....it has a threaded center cylinder
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