Those are great instructions and they appear to be modifying the very trolling motor that I own.
The problem is I'm not all that confident in my mechanical skills? I'm sure I could do it but I lack some of the tools needed to do the work.
Fortunately, I have an authorized MinnKota warranty shop just down the road from me. I think I'll take my motor to them and ask them what they will charge for the modification?
If it's reasonable, they will get the business and we'll both win.
If it's pricey, I'll probably ruin a perfectly good trolling motor trying to save a couple of bucks! :-)
Thanks for your help.
Goobs AKA Tim Murphy
Electric Kayak Motor
Kayak & Canoe Covers
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