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#11400548 - 02/08/16 12:09 PM Talon to jack plate question
Corey C. Metroplex Insurance Offline
TFF Celebrity

Registered: 09/19/04
Posts: 5025
Loc: Burleson
Does the mounting adapter utilize the two bolts that are already there on each side?
Metroplex Insurance & Financial Group, LLC.
Tarrant 817-984-3094 Dallas 214-339-7827

#11400567 - 02/08/16 12:13 PM Re: Talon to jack plate question [Re: Corey C. Metroplex Insurance]
Mike_Kelley Offline

Registered: 11/07/13
Posts: 461
Loc: Irving texas
Depends on the JP. I have a hyd Detwiler and had to drill mine.
If you decide on using sandwich mounts I have a pair... didn't use them when I changed boats.

Mike kelley
Irving / Fork (Fishermans Camp)

#11404077 - 02/09/16 07:44 PM Re: Talon to jack plate question [Re: Corey C. Metroplex Insurance]
Charlesg35 Offline
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Registered: 01/08/16
Posts: 17
Loc: Oklahoma City, OK
I was able to use the existing bolt holes on the jack plate.

Something worth sharing, I wired my two Talons to my cranking battery, during the winter I noticed my battery was discharged more so than previous years (before Talons). I added a second battery disconnect switch (manual).
Wired both through the disconnect. Stopped the battery drain. Killing power did not effect the remote control memory settings.
'06 Triton Bassmaster Classic TR21X


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