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Pro Controll EZ Mount for Transom Trolling Motors

   

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Mount your transom trolling motor anywhere on your boat—bow, transom, or gunwale. The Pro Controll® EZ Mount includes a universal mount system crafted of rugged fiberglass-reinforced nylon and marine-treated metal, plus all stainless steel mounting hardware. The only tool required for installation is a wrench, so you can be trolling in mere minutes. Adjustable bracket fits virtually any boat contour.  

  • Mount your transom trolling motor anywhere on your boat
  • Universal mount system
  • Crafted of rugged fiberglass-reinforced nylon and marine-treated metal
  • All stainless steel mounting hardware
  • Only tool required for installation is a wrench
  • Mounts in minutes
  • Adjustable bracket fits virtually any boat contour


Manufacturer model #: RMIEZ010.

Pro Controll EZ Mount for Transom Trolling Motors 3.3 5 16 16
HenryG Before buying this product I read all of the reviews and was a little skepticle. The reviews stated they had issues with the mount when used with the larger motors as the mount would slide loose when under power in a turn. Well being an engineer I immediately had an idea so I ordered the mount. Before I installed the mount I put a piece of non-skid tape (the type used on out door stairs) on the boat and then mounted the motor to it. Well I have been using it and even tried to get the mount to shift but it holds fast! Maybe the manufacturer shoud include a strip of this tape with the mount. I highly recomend this product. August 7, 2012
Works as designed Once installed correctly (with the bolts facing up towards from the gunnel) the mount itself does NOT bounce around like the other reviewers said even at full throttle. The problem I had is when mounted on the side of my bolt and using full throttle, the motor does bounce around and become loose. I used a few woodscrews to hold the motor to the mount and thing is rock solid now. Saved me several hundred dollars since I don't have to buy a new motor. It would be five stars if they used a clamp on top to hold the motor down on the mount. April 4, 2011
Poor design I have a Landeau 14 Foot Jon Boat with a 9.9 HP Merc and Bulldog 40# Trolling Motor with foot control. I bought this to mount the trolling motor to the bow of the boat. The mount is very durable, and completely universal. However, the mount shifted (danced) around whenever I turned my trolling motor from left to right at speeds 3-5. I am certain it was installed properly, and I tightened the heck out of the bolts. At speeds 1-2 it is fine, any more power and it works itself loose. PROBLEM: turning the trolling motor left to right at high speeds causes the mount to dance around, which eventually loosens the bolts. I sent mine back. March 3, 2011
good idea but needs a little work I have a modified vee hull I tried to clamp it on the vee part of the bow with no luck so moved it to the front side of the boat just behind the vee and got it set up and very tight. First time out it worked fine on speeds 1-3 on my minnkota tolling motor, but when I tried 4-5 the two pivoting pin bolts you see would try to flip the bracket up. Almost lost my motor the first time it happened. I brought tools just in case and positioned it again as tight as I could make it with the same results all over again . If the two pivoting bolts did not pivot I think it would have worked great for my application. The motor is a 50lb thrust, maybe its too much I don't know. Anyway I sent the bracket back. April 19, 2011
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How deep is the channel

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The channel for the mount I have now is not deep enough to clear the top rib of the john boat. The flat part of the bracing hits the top rib. What is the clearance between the top of the plastic in the channel and the top of the flat screw brace?
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I checked with ProControll they stated 1-7/32” or approximately 1-¼”. Thanks
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My boat is a 14' duracraft and the lip at the top of the rail goes to the outside of the bow. It is different than the diagram in the picture that you show.
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Per the manufacturer, the easy mount will fit on to a gunnel, gunwale, or top rail of up to 3 inches in width. Thanks
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I have made modifications to my v14, I have the prowler transom motor and I would like to put it on my bow.

I am wonding if this would do that for me?
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This device can be mounted almost anywhere on most boats, so I believe that this would work.
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Pontoon Application?

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Sorry...trying to picture this. Can this be mounted on the front of a pontoon boat (Party Barge 22) so that I can use a transom mount electric trolling motor?
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I would say no. It would be easier to make a bracket.
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Not unless you have a rail to clamp too.
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No, this is to be mounted over the rail of a boat not on the deck.
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It will fit over a 1" to 3" wide top rail
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I would not go over 50lbs
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This device can be mounted almost anywhere on the hull of most boats, so this should work.
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It should, see the photo attached
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yes, in fact it is pictured on a v bow boat in one of the pictures, but it will have to be mounted to the side of the grab handle or bow brace in the front tip of the bow. the concern with this, is that if you stand or sit in the middle of the front of your boat to fish, the mount will position your trolling motors handle off to one side a bit and may cause difficulty in turning sharply to one side because the handle will be farther away from you. this is especially the case when a long handle extension is used, but will be less of an issue if you use your handle without an extension. considering this, in my opinion It still looks like the best option out there. I have tried the best mounts out there before this, and will be ordering this myself, because after all, a rugged and secure mount is top priority, especially with higher powered motors, and this one looks to be the first to offer such a connection. I hope this helps, good luck!
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If I were to use this to mount my transom mounted trolling motor to the bow, wouldn't the speed contol handle then be pointed away from me (out beyond the bow)? Maybe I'm missing something or misunderstanding the concept. Please advise.
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Use the screw directly under the haed of your MODERN control unit to rotate the handle 180 degrees.
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There is one bolt under the head that runs through the shaft of the trolling motor. Take it out, spin the head 180 degrees and replace bolt. Your ready to go.
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There is one small bolt under the head that connects it to the shaft. Loosen it, remove it, spin the head 180 degrees and replace bolt.

Works perfectly, this takes 5 minutes.
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If you have a Minn Kota Endura motor, there is a nut and bolt under the top of the motor where the handle assembly sits on the shaft. Take the bolt out, rotate the head 180 degrees and re-insert the bolt and tighten.
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