MotorGuide® Pro Series Freshwater Trolling Motor - Pro 75/45
- Gator Flex 360 Bow Mount
- Durable rack & pinion steering
- 45'' stainless steel shaft
- Momentary/Constant on switch
- Weedless 3-blade Machete prop
- Extended skeg for lower unit protection
- Powerful 5-speed lower units
- Manufacturer's two-year warranty
This 24-volt, 75-pound thrust Pro Series Trolling Motor featuring MotorGuide's proven rack and pinion steering, Momentary/Constant on switch, extended skeg for lower unit protection, weedless 3-blade Machette prop and a high-thrust 5-speed motor to keep you fishing all day. Pro Series motors are designed to deliver pro-quality control and to offer years of long-lasting performance and durability.
The Gator Flex 360 Mount is built from proprietary XK360 die-cast lightweight stainless steel, and its strength-to-weight ratio optimizes boat performance and its unique isolator feature protects the motor in shallow water and heavy cover situations.
Manufacturer model #: 950010310.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dean1 Great product Surprisingly more thrust from my 11 year old 67Lb. I debated between the minn kota and the motorguide. Been on a few trips and so far I made the right choice. Hopefully I get 11 years out of this one. May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by lfarley motor guide I used this to replace my older motor guide. I reused the gator mount that I already had. So far the motor has exceeded my expectations. It is smooth, quiet and easy to control. Plenty of power very seldom take it off of the lowest setting. April 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by grizz2402 I like it so far I purchased this to replace my 4 year old Minn Kota Edge 70 trolling motor. Installation was pretty straight forward. A couple of little things that I immediately liked over the MK: 1) they provided a strap for securing the motor to the boat while traveling. 2) Isolation hardware was provided for the install - foam inserts to be used with the hardware as an option. 3) The foot pedal came with a plate for the bottom to help keep dirt and debris from getting into the inner workings of the pedal and 4 rubber feet to mount to the plate for added slip resistance of the pedal. These were little things, but very well noticed since they did not come with the MK. Only complaint prior to uses was the power cord was a little shorter. First time on the water I was pretty pleased. Used the system on #2 power setting most of the day. Did find in a fair amount of wind. Very strong on #5. The reason I didn't give it a 5 is how the shaft is NOT supported when stowed. The MK had two support brackets keeping everything secured while traveling with the big motor. Although I had the fabric strap which was provided, I wish there were additional hard supports while the motor was stowed. April 22, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Railhaz trolling motor Direction indicator was applied incorrectly, the shaft was loose and it didn't have near the power of the Minnkota that I replaced. It is currently at a repair shop for warranty repairs. Hopefully all will be corrected. April 17, 2013
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A:Yes, this should absolutely be installed.
A:You might get by while running the slower speed, but probably would overheat on higher speeds. Rather than change to the recommended 6 gauge, just pull another 8 gauge and connect the ends and double the wire. That works fine for me. Yes, a 50 amp breaker is recommended, but you can save a buck by using a 50 amp thermal reset breaker.
Details:What is the bolt on pattern to the plate to the boat. I hope its the same as my old Motor,,I hate to drill more holes in my boat.
4.1/8 " appart,by 14 -1/8 " These are not perfect measurements but are very close.
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A:My motorguide was 11 years old. Had to silicone the old holes and drill new ones. Use MULTIPLE drill bits to limit flaking of the gel coat.
A:It waws the exact same pattern as my Motor Guide 1999 43lb Trolling Motor
Details:Do you take it from the Center of the Head, to the center of the motor?,,
If I measure this way, I have a 45" shaft. Is this the correct way? ..or do you just measure the shaft it self.?.doing it This way I have a 42" shaft.
A:Mine was 42" just the shaft. This should work for your replacement
A:Shaft length refers to the length of the trolling motor shaft, measured from where the shaft begins below the motor head down to the propeller. Thanks
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A:No plug. Just battery wire terminals. one hot and one ground. I'll have to run a switch to select 12V from 24V
A:All hardware is included but you will have to provide your own plug. It comes with ring terminals on the wire
A:it does come with bolts but does not have a plug. i used the one on the old motor
A:The difference between this model 950010310 and model 950300020 is the mount. Model 950300020 comes with a 20.8 Gator Breakaway mount and model 950010310 comes with a 390 bow Mount. In addition, model 950010310 is a Bass Pro exclusive. Because MotorGuide builds their Pro Series Trolling Motors exclusively for Bass Pro Shops and TRACKER Marine, you will not find this motor or a comparable motor for this price anywhere else! Otherwise, they are the same style of motor. Thanks
A:This motor does have a directional arrow on the head unit. The directional arrow is not illuminated.
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