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Trolling Motor Hardware ? #12646267
02/25/18 08:07 PM
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Was going to mount my Motorguide trolling motor on my Jon boat this afternoon while it's raining. Wanted to know if anyone has used the rubber Isolator bolts like Motorguide has or is their a better way to get them to NOT pull up out of the aluminum?

Re: Trolling Motor Hardware ? [Re: Mudbone] #12646371
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If you have access to underneath the motor use 1/4 20bolts with fender washers and nyloc nuts. Good luck.


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Re: Trolling Motor Hardware ? [Re: Mudbone] #12646940
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Thanks Bill

Re: Trolling Motor Hardware ? [Re: LakeForkBoatAccessories] #12646953
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Originally Posted By: LakeForkBoatAccessories
If you have access to underneath the motor use 1/4 20bolts with fender washers and nyloc nuts. Good luck.

Stainless steel.......

Re: Trolling Motor Hardware ? [Re: Mudbone] #12647087
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If you dont have access underneath, https://www.lowes.com/pd/TOGGLER-Snaptoggle-10-Pack-Toggle-Bolts/3183831 is much better than the isolator bolts.

Re: Trolling Motor Hardware ? [Re: Mudbone] #12647216
02/26/18 01:29 PM
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some of those boats have no access i have the rubber ones give me a call 940 636 0097

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