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MotorGuide X3 Freshwater Foot Control Bow Mount Trolling Motor

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12

45

36"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $374.99

  • SKU: 2049100

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12

45

45"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $384.99

  • SKU: 2049101

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12

55

45"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $514.99

  • SKU: 2049102

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12

55

50"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $534.99

  • SKU: 2049103

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70

45"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $589.99

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24

70

50"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $614.99

  • SKU: 2049105

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12

45

50"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $399.99

  • SKU: 2055342

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12

55

36"

Description:
X3

Speed:
Step Speed

Type:
Bow Mount
  • $499.99

  • SKU: 2055343

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The MotorGuide® X3 Foot Control Bow-Mount Trolling Motor is designed and engineered to be best in class for quiet operation, reliability, precise control, ease of use, and value. Constructed with durable materials, the X3's innovative steering system and quiet operation will put you in position to be a better angler. Proprietary Variable Ratio Steering delivers precise, higher-response steering. Torque steering feedback is reduced for smoother operation. The X3's ergonomic, heel-toe operated foot pedal is easy to use. Tight-fitting components, fewer metal-to-metal interfaces, composite locking pins, a locking bearing collar, and 2-blade weedless prop all help to keep the X3 quiet on the water. Durable and reliable, the X3 features a mount of rigid aircraft-grade aluminum; the outer shaft is stainless steel; the inner shaft is made with a premium composite with a lifetime guarantee against breaking; and stainless steel bushings and precision bearings ensure long-term performance. Easy to use, the X3 features a hinged "door" for easy motor height adjustment and removal; it's easy to stow and deploy and features classic 5-speed operation.

  • Precise steering and control
  • Quiet on the water
  • Durable and reliable
  • Easy to use
  • Manufacturer's 2-year limited warranty
MotorGuide X3 Freshwater Foot Control Bow Mount Trolling Motor 3.8 5 6 6
X3 Well to start with I was pleased, besides the bad installation design. However after about maybe ten trips to the lake the composite locking pens would no longer lock. This caused the trolling motor to jump up and down and make tons of noise. Pretty much making the whole unit useless for fishing. November 27, 2014
Power Cable I have a 16ft. Lowe jon boat,i put the motor guide trolling motor on, but when it is in the operating position the power cable is to short to the foot control,my boat has a 28in.bow deck,the cord needs to be about 12in. longer.the 42in. shaft was to short,i would have to put it on the right side of the bow to work,so I replaced it with a 36in.to get it lower for the cable to work. August 25, 2014
Excellent Service Right out off the box I mounted my the new X3 to my boat hooked everything up motor runs awesome but I did notice my indicator arrow did not work at all took the cap off the top and noticed the gear on the top of the cap did not even touch the main gear from the motor. Called motorguide and told him my problem gave him my serial number and right after that he goes okay "new one is being shipped today", I was so shocked on how painless and quick the phone call was and how good there customer service was that I completely forgot how mad I was that the arrow did not work straight out of the box!!! All in all I love the new design its very flawless and looks great but more important is that there customer service was so easy and painless that theres no doubt that i have to give them 2 thumbs up. June 18, 2014
x3 trolling motor I just mounted it yesterday and used it for the first time. My first impressions are favorable. The mount is very solid. The only thing I didn't like was the 5 speed control switch. It turns hard and when I try to change speeds, the foot control slides on the carpet. I am going to fasten the foot control down today. The switch also feels a little cheap when I turn it by hand. I think it will be fine, though. May 25, 2014
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How does one figure out what shaft length to purchase in a trolling motor.

My boat is a 1654 sportsman from Tracker
2 months, 4 weeks ago
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Depends on how and where you'll fish. The more likely you will face strong winds the longer the shaft- to compensate on wave movement of the front/back of the boat. Also depends on the height of boat to water.
When in doubt go long.
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 - Toledo Bend Lake, Louisisana
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You will want to measure your boat when it is fully loaded with gear and people for a regular day of fishing. Measure from intended mounting location (transom or bow) to the waterline of the loaded boat. Then add 18 inches. That's the shaft length you are looking for.
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Currently have the Freshwater series (stock 12V, 48lbs) on my Nitro. Looking to upgrade to the X3 (24V, 70lbs). Can I use the existing wiring we have setup on the original trolling motor for the new one? Does the X3 come with the plug that connects to the power supply mounted on the boat (4 prong plug)? Just wondering what type of wiring or extras I will need when upgrading.
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Hi, if your Trolling Motor Plugs and Receptacles is set up for a 12/24volt system than you will be able to use the same connection. Otherwise, you will want to look for a 12/24 volt connector.

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The wiring will be fine, double the voltage will 1/2 the amperage. the X3 don't come with a plug, add your own plug.
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no you need a male and female connector.
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you will need to buy new wiring connectors. The ones that come on it are only to connect directly to a battery. I had to replace the male and female ends. Cost me an additonal $40.
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no new holes will need to be drilled as this is a new bracket that just came out.
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I just bought an X3 and it has two separate sets of holes and it might fit some or all of the Mk holes. There is a four hole pattern for MG and there are six more holes that appear to be a MK pattern.
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Unfortunately, the manufacturers use different bolt patterns for the motor mounts.
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