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Discussion in 'Boat Repair Help' started by catfish kenny, Mar 16, 2008.
What size fuse you all have for your trolling motor?I have a 43thrust motor guide trolling motor 12v
dont know but dont run with out one like i do
I WAS :big_smile:-but I did recycle a fuse pannel and wired it up-I am prety sure everything is in order -aint smoked the batterey YET:wink:and I keep popping that fuse so I want to know what size I need or should have...befor I get tired and put er back:tounge_out:
I've got a 12v 55lb thrust Minn Kota, using a 40-50 amp circuit breaker??? Don't remember exactly...oooh:
I have a 65 pound thrust trolling motor. when i got the boat there was no fuse protection at all for the trolling motor. Thats a long stretch of wire from the battery in the back to the trolling motor in the front without being fused. I installed a 125 amp main fuse from a ford vehicle. It might be a little big for the application. but, it'll work in case of a dead short in the wiring. without blowing all the time.
I have a 65lb minnkota and use a 50 amp resetable (sp) mounted in the back near the batteries.
I have a 65lbs Motorguide Beast trolling motor and they recommend a 40amp circuit break for mine.
thanks Seth-You give me what I want to know-I got my troll motor on a trade for another that I bought at a yard sale.....
kenny why not call the trolling motor manufactor and ask them, its ok for men to ask smart questions!
Reel men don't need no stinkin directions.LOL right Kenny?
yES SIR BRO YOU GOT IT WE NEED NO STINKIN PICTURES OR DIRECTIONS:wink:
I can see how pictures might help you,but I don't think directions would do you any good.LOL You're always saying that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. Well here is what I say alot of the time "you can only teach an ole dog a new trick if he's willing to learn"!
I might be able to relate to the facts there:wink:oooh::wink:
Hey I aint no rocket scientist I am a back yard specialist-Education is everythingoooh:oooh:oooh: