Power Pux Trolling Motor Mount & Discount Code

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A very neat and slick way to mount a Trolling Motor in one of your normal mounting positions. And I have a note into them for more information and the feasibility of mounting it in the "Guide" position like this, that Captain Tommy has on his new 18 HPX V...?

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More information on this Kool and Forward thinking product can be found here:



CA also has a video where he goes into a deep dive of the install here:


Also for those times when you are not using it on the Boat, you can also grab an extra plate to mount it in the shop so it is up and out of the way ;)

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And you can find their website here:

https://pwrpux.com/

I also attached the install guide and manual so you can get a rough idea if this will work for you?

And do let them know the guys from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you when you reach out to them!

Tight Lines!
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Paul from Power Pux has now joined us here on the Site, and looking forward to working with him on some joint projects in the near future! One of them will be a Podcast where we do a deeper dive into the Product including... How it was designed, built, tested, best use case, install tips, etc.

So Welcome Paul and we are glad to have you Aboard to help us now :cool:

And you can find their website here:

https://pwrpux.com/

And do let them know Dave from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you if you reach out to them!

My Best,
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Some more install pictures and simply love the Clean Look this Product provides!

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Even when the Trolling Motor is not being used (like rare that would ever happen for me!) just a nice clean look with the protective cover installed over the base...

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Any questions before we get to the Podcast where I have quite a few on the Product jotted down, just let us know!

And you can find their website on the link below if you would like more information or Order one for your Boat:

https://pwrpux.com/

And do let them know Dave from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you when you reach out to them!
 

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Paul over at Power Pux has some updated install video's and photos that you can view here:

https://pwrpux.com/pages/gallery

And do let them know Dave from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you when you reach out to them!

Tight Lines :cool:
 

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I just got off a phone meeting with Paul as we are working on getting the Podcast recording ready. As such, if you had any questions you would like me to add to my list, please feel free to send them to me :cool:

Couple of quick concepts we discussed with the design that we will go into deeper on the recording, but I thought were interesting and worthy to share ahead of time...
  1. They can secure that extra "Foot Control" pig tail harness that is rarely used in the Marine Environment inside the Trolling Motor Base. Easy enough though to leave it where you can access IF you use yours for say "Bass Fishing" on your Flats or Bass Boat. Having it secured and out of the way on a Flats Boat just helps keep it from getting Saltwater in it and the Havoc that can create :rolleyes:
  2. The connection points in the various components are filled with Corrosion X HD and even in the Marine Environment use, hold up very well and they have had next to ZERO failure on any of them and upon inspection, look as good as the day they were assembled. That says a lot considering it is mounted on the bow, with the possibility of getting dunked into Saltwater at any second!
  3. Here is the location of their compatibility chart: https://pwrpux.com/pages/power-pux-compatible-trolling-motors-and-brackets and basically as Paul advised me, most all of them use the same bolt pattern for their mounts.
  4. When you order yours, shipping is free and is shipped via USPS ground direct to the location of your choice here in the USA. Personally, I find it a pain to budget for any upgrade to the point that I have them in an excel sheet (which be no shock to anyone here) and then when I go to checkout, it's another 10 to 50 or more dollars more just in shipping costs! :confused:
  5. And (very important) I was advised they are running a 25% off special and all you have to do for these savings is use the code SAVE25 when you go to check out and this also still includes Free Shipping!
Most to come on this product and looking forward in doing a deeper dive it's design with Paul in the near future!

And you can find their website on the link below if you would like more information or Order one for your Boat:

https://pwrpux.com/

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As discussed before, saltwater can eat alive just about anything and the only reason why the World has not collapsed (yet) is due to the fact that we have Saltwater on both sides of the Planet offsetting those effects :D

Paul from Power Pux sent me over some production pictures showing the steps they take, to also offset those effects. And they have seen great success with these procedures to help ensure that even Saltwater and Saltwater spray, for something setting on the Bow (of all the worse places) does not impact operation of the Power Pux and your Trolling motor is getting a good supply of direct current... That comes in very handy when trying to quietly run down that school of Tarpon you are trying to pick a fight with for sure! :cool:

Here is an example picture of how they apply Corrosion X HD into the connection points to help seal them up...

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Sharkhide is also injected into connection fittings, which is just an awesome little tip that we can use in other wiring applications for sure!

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As well as it is applied to various mounting screws so they are better sealed, and (great side benefit) help negate possible rust staining down onto the deck of your expensive Skiff / Boat...

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My thanks to Paul for sharing these production shots with us! Paul has been simply awesome in answering my product related questions, and looking forward to recording our Podcast with him here soon, so we can do an even deeper dive into the Engineering and Use of this product!

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And do let them know the guys from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you when you reach out to them!

Tight Lines!
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Quick update,
Our Podcast recording with Paul is set for tomorrow evening, and really looking forward to it! Should be very educational for sure...

If anyone has a questions they would like me to also ask, please feel free to send them via PM here on the Site, and will be glad to add them to my list :cool:
And as soon as it is all edited and cleaned up, will get it posted as soon as possible!

Tight Lines,
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The Podcast recording went great (thanks again Paul) and looking to have it posted up on it's own thread here very soon :cool:

One of the topics of discussion on the Podcast was "Guide Mounted" Trolling motor positions. Paul sent me mover some picture examples of how they have preformed such installs using the Power Pux mounting system.

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Hope this helps give you some ideas on how to mount yours, and still be able to see it and the way it is pointing with an Angler on the Bow :)

And do let them know the guys from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you when you reach out to them!

Tight Lines!
Dave
 
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