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MotorGuide Freshwater Tour Series Digital Bow Mount Foot Control Trolling Motors

   

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24

82

45"

Description:
TR82 FB 21 Mount With Spring

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $1,079.99

  • SKU: 946416

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24

82

50"

Description:
TR82 FB 21 Mount With Spring

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $1,089.99

  • SKU: 946417

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24

75

45"

Description:
TR75 FB Gator 20.8 Breakaway

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $859.99

  • SKU: 1751703

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Why do the pros choose MotorGuide®? Because it's simply the most durable, long-lasting, high-performance trolling motor on the market. Known for their power and efficiency, MotorGuide Freshwater Tour Series Trolling Motors feature tour-proven mount technology, all-metal heads and foot pedals, and the most reliable stainless steel steering system money can buy. Mount options include the Gator Spring Mount which offers extruded aircraft aluminum for rock solid durability or the 20.8 Gator Breakaway which features a center decket and a hinged door for easy motor removal. No wonder back-to-back BASS Masters Classic® winners Jay Yelas and Kevin VanDam rely on MotorGuide Tour Series motors to stand up to the challenges of tournament competition!

  • Durable all-metal head
  • Extruded aircraft aluminum mount
  • All-stainless steel shaft to withstand stumps, rocks, and submerged objects
  • Stainless steel pull/pull steering cable
  • Durable all-metal foot pedal with soft start and sealed switch
  • 3-blade shallow-water design Machete® III prop
  • Durable, quiet, efficient digital lower unit
  • Extended skeg for lower unit protection
  • Variable speed control to match any fishing condition and extend battery life
  • 4-foot power cable
  • Manufacturer's 2-year warranty


TR82 comes with Gator Spring Mount
TR75 comes with 20.8 Gator Breakaway mount without Springs

"Reliability is everything and my Digital Tour has performed flawlessly during the BASS Elite events and my run for the title."
Kevin VanDam
2011 BassMaster® Angler of the Year

MotorGuide Freshwater Tour Series Digital Bow Mount Foot Control Trolling Motors 3.2 5 25 25
Think Twice before buying Tour Model 70lb. After the first year of use the foot control is so stiff it will wear you out after a day of fishing. The direction indicator won't stay adjusted to show you the right direction the motor is going so you have to pull the top off to adjust it. The front locking pin (which holds the trolling motor down in the water while running) started working its way out so you have to keep a constent eye on it since it will fall out. I just order a new locking pin since mine finally fell out into the lake. I owned a motorguide years ago and didn't like it either. I will be looking at the minnkota's.There has to be a better quality trolling motor out there somewhere. July 24, 2009
82lb Tour Model I have owned this trolling motor for 3 years now and have not had a single problem with it, it has been almost indistructable and has hit stumps, rocks and keeps on taking a beating. May 13, 2009
worst motor ever i have owned this trolling motor now 2 years and it has been in the shop more than it has been on the front of my boat.. and the warranty repair center cannot figure out what is wrong with it and motorguide tells me i am stuck with this piece of junk.. so save yourself the hassle of the mess and just buy a minnkota February 28, 2009
Questionable life expectency I bought a 70lb thrust tour A little over a year ago. Once I got the foot pedal tension adjusted, I was pretty pleased overall. On slow speeds it is very quiet but 40% or more and I'm not really that impressed with the high pitched whine that it makes. I fish some rivers that have a pretty strong tide and 40 % and sometimes more are very common. Now the fun part 1 year and about a month all at once it started to sound like a helicopter under water. Well needless to say that after a year the warrantee is up and it was going to cost 400.00 out of pocket to get the digital and brushes replaced. so at this point it resides in my shed on the floor where it's going to stay until I can replace it with another motor. These motors today cost way to much money to only get a little over a year out of them. We should expect more from such a well known company January 8, 2009
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I would hard wire it directly to your TM power circuit. Be sure to either open the breaker or turn the power switch off prior to charging your batteries. If not you're risking damage to your digital module.
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you will need a plug with an 8 gauge for a 36 volt trolling motor.
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May be a problem with speed control switch. Contact Foxs trolling motor repair. They do good fast work.
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Would recommend that you check your batteries and the wirintg. Had a buddy that had the same thing and changed out the batteries and he was good to go. Would also recommend that you use AGM or gel batteries. Standard acid filled batteries tend to die quicker.
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the x 65 is an out dated unit and they dont have transducers for them any more . You have to have a newer unit with a different plug on it like any of the H D S units .
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throw the motorguide trolling motor away and get a minn kota. seriously i have a practically new 71lbs digital touring edition and it stays in the shop more than on my boat
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