Rite-Hite Trolling Motor Isolator Bolts - 4 Pack
Rite-Hite Isolator Bolts protect your boat deck from violent vibrations and collisions involving your trolling motor. Installation is easy and does not require access to the underside of the boat deck. If a bolt breaks due to impact, it can easily be replaced with a Phillips head screwdriver. Bolts are made of rust-proof stainless steel. Universal fit. 4 Pack.
Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bfisher Trash Do not waste your time and money on these mounts! Spent more time finding longer screws.that could reach the threads then the mounts lasted. Have aluminum boat that has a double layer of 100 gauge aluminum. And mounted a minn kota terova 80 lbs thrust motor. Lasted less than 1 hour of trolling. Recommend to spend time making a acess hole to nut the bottom. With supplied stainless hardware. Visit metal shop and buy a piece of scrap aluminum or stainless plate. paint to match boat cover hole and be done and secure. For less money and not having to go wading for trolling motor! April 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by CHarms Garbage!! These mounts are terrible. They came loose the first I TOWED the boat to the lake. I bought another set today and even the associate said they get complaints on them all the time. I'm using extra long bolts this time and throwing nuts on from the bottom this go around to make sure I get my motor solid. The only reason I'm even using them is that I'm leary about mounting my trolling motor with no rubber cushion at all. DO NOT waste money on these if you can't access the under side of the deck to help sure them up! April 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ALeech Works If you don't have access under your bow to attach nuts, this is the product to use. February 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by lelia customer ser. the product i ordered was what i needed. the person who helped me was great when i told her why i had to order them.....thanks again November 5, 2012
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Details:As the mount works loose, I have to tighten the bolt periodically. As I do this it pulls the nut at the end of the isolator sleeve up through the rubber sleeve splitting it.
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