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Trac Outdoor Trolling Motor Rigging Kit

   

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Kit Includes:
  • Trac's 12/24-volt high-current, quick-connect system
  • 35' Heavy 8-ga. AWG tin-plated marine-grade battery wire
  • 14" 8-ga. cross-over wire for 24-volt systems
  • 33' Corrugated wire loom
  • Heat-shrink terminations
  • High-current 50-amp manual resetting circuit breaker
  • 4 Isolator bolts to install trolling motor or other device
The Trac Outdoor Trolling Motor Rigging Kit includes everything you need to wire your boat for high-current (50-amp) 12- or 24-volt power. Use this high-current power connection for all boats to power 12- or 24-volt trolling motors, winches and any other 12- or 24-volt device up to 60 amps. Trac's 12/24v high-current, quick-connect system includes: 2 quick-connect plugs (one for boat/battery and one for trolling motor or other device); 1-1/2" round hole adapter; and a U-bracket. Also included are 35' of battery wire, 14" crossover wire for 24-volt systems; 33' of corrugated wire loom; heat shrink terminations; 50-amp manual resetting circuit breaker; and four isolator bolts for installing a trolling motor or other device.

Manufacturer model #: T10134
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Quality, Handy Kit I purchased this kit for the renovation I'm doing on my '83 Tracker Tournament TX. I found the connectors and wiring to be of high quality, and was very impressed by how easily everything went together. I also had enough cable left over to wire in my fuse panel, which was an added benifit. I would recommend this to a friend. October 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rewire I used this kit on my 93 Nitro to upgrade to a 24 voit system 2 weeks ago. I had 10g wire in my boat, but I ran a test with 24 voits with wire clips..The 10g wire would get hot after about 3 to 4 minutes of use with a 75lb trust trolling motor. So I went ahead and upgraded to the 8g wire with this kit. It comes with everything you will need for wiring and bolting down a trolling motor. All parts are stainless steel, with marine grade # 8 strand wire, a 50 amp breaker that is a MUST to install when using the 24 voit system. Don't hurry, read the instructions, get it right the first time, use this kit..You can't go wrong if you want to upgrade to a 24 / 36 voit system. June 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Plenty of Cable Installed this on a 17ft Nitro and still had plenty of cable left to make another run to use as a cigarette lighter plugin for accessories from the bow to the battery compartment. Yeah a little pricey, but love the connectors. April 20, 2012
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Doesn't have anything to do with removing the trolling motor. You want a quick release kit for whatever trolling motor you have.
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The plug-in wiring connectors will allow the wire to the trolling motor to be unplugged, so removal of the motor itself would be easy.
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