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Minn Kota Talon Advice #13652012 07/31/20 07:39 PM
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I am installing a Talon (single) on my Stratos 286 and was wondering if there is a suggested side of the motor to install it on. I was thinking Port side of the motor to equal weight when riding solo. Any opinions/advice etc is welcome.

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Not an expert on this, but if you install it on the port side, then from your drivers seat it will be easier to look at to make sure you have it raised.


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Port side will help balance the load when running solo

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