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Old 07 March 2015, 07:36   #11
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Old 31 March 2015, 16:30   #12
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I have an SR4 with 40 stroker yam. I have a 55Ib thrust battery powered trolling motor. it pushes my 3.4 sib along at a strong walking pace on one leisure battery all day long.
Im wondering how it would do on my sea rider as an emergency. I know its not going to go fast on a head on tide, but would it possibly work as an emergency? Obviously sense would dictate having a spare battery on board. thoughts please?
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Ive only suggested the above as there is very little room on my transom with the main engine, and A frame as well. I have a silver century seagull but think even that would be a struggle to operate ..
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