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  • TROLLING MOTOR ON MAKO 224 -1

    Forward of console. Two to left are Boat; three to right dedicated to Trolling Motor (TM).

    Breaker and charger (3 bank Powermania) for TM


    EXPLRGAB 224/221[br]PORT ST LUCIE, FL

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    Another view of Breaker and Charger


    EXPLRGAB 224/221[br]PORT ST LUCIE, FL

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    • #3
      Thru-console view


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      • #4
        TM Power out to starboard gunnel


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        • #5
          Power run starboard gunnel plate.


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          • #6
            Power terminates at plug.


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            • #7
              They (Mike and Scott) mounted this 60" TM just for demo... mine will be 72"


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              • #8
                Running lights removed; TM mount installed


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                • #9
                  1/2" Starboard on bottom; 1/2" powder-coated aluminum; Minn Kota mount on top.


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                  • #10
                    Boat should be complete next week. Also installing Thru-hull transducer B175M, and Groco thru hull for live well and raw water wash-down. More to follow


                    EXPLRGAB 224/221[br]PORT ST LUCIE, FL

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                    • #11
                      What size motor do you have on the back
                      seaford ny. 1973 17 mako. 1983 21 mako

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                      • #12
                        200 HO


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                        • #13
                          looks great! I'll admit, wasn't a fan of the looks of the new 'rudes but they are growing on me...

                          any change in the ride with all that battery weight under the console?

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                          • #14
                            Boat is still in shop. Trolling motor install is almost complete. Left to do are: Install shark eye running lights into cap; install Airmar B175M thru-hull transducer to Garmin 741xs; install Groco hi-speed pickup, sea cock, pump to livewell and raw water wash-down. Second sea cock installed in starboard splash-well for ease of operation as pictured. Boat should ride very solid. Expect completion this week if all goes well.


                            EXPLRGAB 224/221[br]PORT ST LUCIE, FL

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                            • #15
                              Any update on how this worked? I have thought about doing this to my 221 as well. Was the 72in shaft long enough? I'm sure the 36v has enough power.
                              Boat by HUNTER BEALL, on Flickr[br]1992 Mako 221[br]Pascagoula, Ms

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