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Tm #13868478 01/31/21 05:43 PM
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I bought a pelican predator and it came with a 30 pound MK endura TM, al i gonna need a bigger one than that ?

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pm me at oldatc1929@gmail .com... Have 11 foot coleman that may be of interestr to yoou at very good price

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Originally Posted by needmofish
I bought a pelican predator and it came with a 30 pound MK endura TM, al i gonna need a bigger one than that ?

No. That size is good.

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Originally Posted by needmofish
I bought a pelican predator and it came with a 30 pound MK endura TM, al i gonna need a bigger one than that ?

if it`s a 103 i`d get a 50-55 lb thrust & forget about it. 30`s are for smaller pelicans IMHO.


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It depends. If thats your only means of movement and you cover a lot of water then you may want considering upgrading. However, the 30lb will still work fine if you don't want to spend the extra money. I have used a 30lb at the front of my Pelican 10' for years now with no issues, but I also have a 2.5 hp outboard at the back when I need to get somewhere quicker and save on my battery life.


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It will work fine. But you could power up.

I had a 55lb on my bass hunter... it was sweet. Of course it was heavier and used more juice.



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I have a 30lb trolling motor on my Pelican Predator and it pushes the boat just fine. I have never wished for larger although I do have a 6hp Mercury on the back.

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