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Old 07-21-2016, 08:24 PM
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I have a 2013 Seafox 199cc Commander, Is it possible to add a trolling motor to this boat since the front is so high out of the water?? Any suggestions? Maybe a stern mounted trolling motor.. ;?;?
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Originally Posted by Yellowfin5778 View Post
I have a 2013 Seafox 199cc Commander, Is it possible to add a trolling motor to this boat since the front is so high out of the water?? Any suggestions? Maybe a stern mounted trolling motor.. ;?;?
72" shaft on bow.
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Thanks for your advice blue racer!
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I recently put a 72" MinnKota Ulterra on a 20' Skipjack and love it. The Spot lock holds even in rough water. Here a re a couple of pics that you could compare to your boats height above the waterline.

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