Rebate +New Minn Kota® Riptide® Transom-Mount Saltwater Trolling Motors

   

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12

45

36"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount

12

45

36"

Speed:
Variable / Hand

Type:
Transom Mount

12

55

36"

Speed:
Variable / Hand

Type:
Transom Mount

12

55

42"

Speed:
Variable / Hand

Type:
Transom Mount

12

55

42"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount

36

112

52"

Speed:
Variable / Hand

Type:
Transom Mount

24

80

42"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Transom Mount
  • Saltwater-engineered, premium-grade marine alloys--virtually impervious to rust
  • Indestructible composite shaft--pound for pound, stronger than stainless steel
  • Fully encapsulated electronics--control boards are fully encapsulated in marine-grade urethane
  • Sacrificial anode--patented, replaceable anode protects metallic components from galvanic corrosion  
Minn Kota Riptide Transom-Mount Trolling Motors offer advanced corrosion protection. Premium-grade alloys are impervious to rust. Metals undergo a rigid multi-step cleaning process before being anodized or coated with special zinc dichromate armor plating. All components are then finished with a 5-mil TGIC polyester powder coat paint. All models except SC (5/3 speed) models feature Digital Maximizer™ Technology, which allows up to five times longer run time on a single charge. All Riptide trolling motors feature a sacrificial zinc anode to fight galvanic corrosion. The replaceable anode is conveniently mounted on the prop hub for better protection and longer motor life. All Riptide motors feature a manufacturer's 2-year limted warranty.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great TM Great tm used on a 12ft canoe transom mount, fair speed and good power for moving through current. March 11, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by riiptide 101 every time I used this motor something broke.first the plastic handle broke when I was attaching it to the boat and finaly the whole motor broke loose from the mount almost pulling a friend overboard the mount has a lot of plastic and is to weak for the weight and strength of the motor , the motor seems well built and solid but the mount is very poor. I would not buy the 101 the other might not b as heavy im going to try the motorguid 105. April 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by minn kota riptide saltwater trolling motor good motor so far only used it once but it was strong tide motor had good thrust and used little battery my guess is hour and half still had three quarters battery life left April 27, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by riptide 55 Product originally arrive to me damaged the propeller was broken bass pro sent me a new propeller very quickly now in forward the motor does not lock it comes up at you I do not like that at all not a good product for the money April 18, 2011
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how wide is the opening on the mounting bracket for the transom
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Does this motor tilt ?

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Hi, if i need to lunch my 11 feet long inflatable boat with this trolling motor attach like it is suppose to "transom" , does the motor or shaft tilt ? so the propeller wont be touching the bottom of the ramp ?
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3 years, 9 months ago
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Yes, it has a lever to tilt the motor
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Yes you just have to pull up to stow the motor.
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Is it difficult to separate the controller from the motor? I'd like to mount the motor on the rudder bracket (using the existing foot pedals to control the direction) and adjust the motor speed from the center of the kayak.
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Please check with Minn Kota for assistance.
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Do you have a cheaper electric motor that will still be good for my boat? Thanks.
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Not good for the money
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Yes. Please do a product search for item number 38-531-755-00 You will want a transom mount trolling motor with either 45 - 65 lb. thrust.
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The vair-max great white worked well for me. 18" shaft 45 lbs thrust. Almost $300 though
3 years, 8 months ago
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I think best bet is to contact the maker, I noticed you can great request shaft lengths long then what the make so I assume you can have them make them short if needed
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