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MotorGuide VariMAX Hand Control Transom Mount Trolling Motors with BluVis Battery/Speed LED Indicators

   

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Volt Thrust (lbs.) Shaft Length Other specs Quantity Price & availability

12

45

42"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $189.99

  • SKU: 1751714

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12

40

36"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $159.99

  • SKU: 1751712

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12

55

42"

Speed:
Variable

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $229.99

  • SKU: 1751717

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Designed to have the longest run time of any motor in its class and the advantage of a precise variable speed adjustment, MotorGuide® VariMAX® gives you the freedom to fish all day with unmatched control of your boat—plus the Digital guts to get it done, day in and day out. You'll get up to 3.5 times the battery life over 5-speed motors. And you'll never have to settle for a little too fast or slow. Dial it way down and whisper through the shallows, or crank it up and cut through the wind with less amp draw than ever before. Fish longer, fish at exactly the speed you want, and fish more silently. And do it with the extreme durability of Digital. Aluminum Transom Mount offers multi-position angle adjustment and easy-to-use tilt/stow mechanism. Features include intuitive steering with push/pull forward and reverse; precise BluVis™ integrated speed and battery indicator; one-touch depth adjustment to quickly modify motor height; digital variable speed that minimizes amp draw; large-diameter 1.25" shaft; powerful motor that runs cooler and lasts longer; revolutionary push/pull, forward/reverse speed adjustments; Taper-Lock mount with 7-point adjustment; one-touch, rapid-slide depth adjustment collar; extending Soft Touch handle; extending Twist-Tiller steering style. Easy Allen wrench adjustment allows the head to be repositioned for placement anywhere in the boat.

  • BluVis™ display shows direction, speed, and battery voltage
  • Aluminum Transom Mount offers multi-position angle adjustment
  • Fish up to 3.5 times longer than a 5-speed motor
  • Intuitive steering with revolutionary push/pull, forward/reverse speed adjustments
  • One-touch depth adjustment to quickly modify motor height
  • Digital variable speed minimizes amp draw
  • Powerful motor runs cooler, lasts longer
  • Taper-Lock™ mount with 7-point adjustment
  • One-touch, rapid-slide depth adjustment collar
  • Extending Soft Touch handle
MotorGuide® VariMAX® Hand Control Transom Mount Trolling Motors with BluVis™ Battery/Speed LED Indicators 2.5 5 8 8
WORST PURCHASE EVER I purchased this 24V trolling motor early this spring(3-19-12) First motor had bad vibration, Second(4-15-12) motor had bad vibration and when i opened the box i extended the handle and it pulled off in my hand, Third motor(7-14-12) had a chipped prop, bad vibration, handle pulled off in my hand, loud noise started coming from it, the powerhead didn't line up with the lower unit and set screw wouldn,t hold it! Ruined my whole year of fishing so far with this poorley made motor! I'm 38 and have been fishing with, buying and using MotorGuide my whole life. LAST MOTORGUIDE I'LL EVER BUY!!! Dont waste ur time! BassProShops made it as easy as it could go. They didn't make the Motor July 15, 2012
Don't Buy! In April, 2009, I purchased my first 45 lb. Motorguide Varimax trolling motor. First time out, motor would not turn off. Second time out, totally failed. Motorguide acknowledged a problem in the digital components and replaced motor with a new one. First time out, totally failed again. Motorguide replaced with 50 lb. thrust - Great White salt water trolling motor. First time in salt water, seals in head leaked and had to replace head. Also, bad switch and water leaking through handle into top head causing total shut down. I do not recommend any Motorguide product. I have since bought a Minnkota and have had no problems. January 21, 2012
Very happy January 2010 bought a used boat 14' aluminum V hull from a local dealer. At the same time I bought a new 12 volt,45lb. thrust. Used it this summer on local lakes(electric motors only.)Worked just fine,plenty of power for my boat,all the adjustmunts were easy to use.I just retired so I plan to use it a lot more in 2012. Very happy with it so far. December 14, 2011
Electrical problems It has been in shop more than in my possession. Was recalled and now will just quit while trolling, have to let it sit before will start working again. It is 14 months old and out of warranty, the repair shop suggested that I just junk this and purchase a different trolling motor June 13, 2011
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The 55 lb thrust take 12 volts and the 75lb takes 24 volt
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per model numbers thrust and shaft length:
966000020 40# 36"
966000030 45# 36"
966000040 45# 42"
966000050 55# 36"
966000060 55# 42"
966000070 75# 42"
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I would recommend it. Just get the breaker from the Service Center. They only cost $9-10 compare to the big bulky one on the display that cost a lot.

I've reset my breaker many time. Better to be safer than sorry.
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I could not find a 50 amp but got a 40 amp at auto parts a lot cheaper the what they want
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