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Fortrex Nose Piece #13694054 09/08/20 04:35 AM
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Do these serve any other purpose than to help your lower slide onto the mount? If not I may take it off as it sticks out over the front of the boat and I am constantly idling in thick cypress trees bumping off of them. Iā€™d rather not hit them with the trolling motor and risk messing it up or it start making my bow weak. Thanks guys.

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Re: Fortrex Nose Piece [Re: hydrillareckkaa] #13694162 09/08/20 12:30 PM
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If you can't take the nose piece off, consider a sliding mount that will retract the motor into the boat. Our mounts were designed specifically for that purpose - help avoid any outside interference that can damage the motor. For the Fortrex, you would need the TMA-1 plate: https://www.shuttleslide.com/product/tma-1/ AND our mount.

Our standard mounts offer 7 inches of retraction: https://www.shuttleslide.com/product/ss-7-hd/ or 9 inches of retraction: https://www.shuttleslide.com/product/ss-9-hd/

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