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Pelican Bass Raider 10e trolling motor plug #13657550 08/05/20 05:23 PM
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I bought a used Pelican Bass Raider 10e. The front plug for the trolling motor is still in place but is missing the protective flap. Can someone tell me the brand of the female and the male plug so I can replace.

Re: Pelican Bass Raider 10e trolling motor plug [Re: Bearkat Bass] #13657704 08/05/20 07:32 PM
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If your Troll mtr is a three prong male configuration it should work with most females that except three prongs. Just make sure to select the correct gage.BP has them but a little pricey for my blood.You can probably get them online @ Amazon or any Auto parts place. www.napaonline.com has them for around $12 bucks. Here`s the part number #BK7511127 10ga. at NAPA

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Thanks The previous user just kept the battery in the front of the boat and used alligator clips. so it does not have the male end on the motor. would like to replace the female part with the flap to protect from rust. thank you

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Originally Posted by Bearkat Bass
Thanks The previous user just kept the battery in the front of the boat and used alligator clips. so it does not have the male end on the motor. would like to replace the female part with the flap to protect from rust. thank you

thumb OK! I got it now! once you get the male & female connections up front your going to hook your battery in back. Had any luck yet?

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