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The MotorGuide Great White® Saltwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor features a stainless-steel shaft, fasteners and control cables for lasting use and dual saltwater anodes for corrosion resistance. A sealed digital module monitors amp draw, heat dissipation, output and other vital parameters, while the Machete III prop is quiet and features a small diameter for optimal performance in shallow water. The motor's soft-start feature provides smooth initial motion.
Features and Benefits
Twist-tiller hand control for simple steering
Anodized-aluminum Gator® mount and components help prevent galvanic corrosion
Aluminum coating provides protection in abrasive shallow-water use
Soft-start feature ramps up power to provide smooth initial motion
Dual saltwater anodes offer corrosion resistance
Stainless-steel 50" (924410070) or 60" (924410080) shaft, fasteners and control cables for long-lasting use
Sealed digital module monitors amp draw, heat dissipation, output and other vital parameters and is protected from heat, moisture, corrosion and shock
Machete III prop is quiet with a small diameter for optimal performance in shallow water
MotorGuide Great White® Saltwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor
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Can I put this motor on a 10' sundolphin kayak ??
Asked by: alfonao
The MotorGuide Great White® Saltwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor features 109 lbs. of thrust.
In order to be sure you are purchasing a trolling motor with enough thrust, you will want to consider:
1.) Boat weight (most important factor)
2.) Boat length
3.) Your typical fishing conditions
A good rule of thumb is that you want a minimum of 2 lbs. of thrust for every 100lbs. of boat weight. When figuring boat weight, make sure you calculate the heaviest potential weight which includes a boat fully loaded with gear, fuel, and the maximum number of passengers.
Example: A boat measuring 14'-16' with a maximum weight of 2,000 lbs. will need a minimum thrust of 40 lbs. A 17' boat with a maximum weight of 2,500 lbs. will need a minimum thrust of 50 lbs.