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Motor guilde lll trolling motor

Can someone tell me what year this motor is ? And how many pounds of thrust it has ? Ser.#17476 model # 2600

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  • mac12571 Mar 28, 2009

    I also have a motorguide III model 2600 I would think that it is 26 lb but I do not know the year and would like to know

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I have a motorguide trolling motor model 2600 #s/n 19409 can't find out what thrust it is

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SOURCE: Motorguide Trolling motor has low thrust in all five speeds

I have a 4 speed with 48 lbs of thrust. On mine, 1 through 3 will move me out pretty well, however, 4th is similar to an overdrive gear in a car or truck and is meant more for maintaining a speed with less draw on the amps.

I certainly wouldn't want to take off with it. I suspect it is the same with your 5 speed. The boat needs to be up to speed and then those two gears will maintain it, with 5th being optimal as far as low draw in amperage.

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I have a 4 speed with 48 lbs of thrust. On mine, 1 through 3 will move me out pretty well, however, 4th is similar to an overdrive gear in a car or truck and is meant more for maintaining a speed with less draw on the amps.

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