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Author Topic: T-Motor Stabilizer  (Read 1485 times)

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StarBoard7

T-Motor Stabilizer
« on: June 10, 2012, 12:44:00 PM »

Hello all,

I have been looking for a way to stabilize my T-motor a little better than it currently is.
As of right now I have Mk fortrex with the strap that comes with it along with a plastic bounce buster however I noticed no matter how I adjust these 2 things anytime I get on lake erie or in rough water in general it has more play that it should and can be scary.

I have seen people run u bolts into their decks and run bungee cords around the tmotor to stabilize it and I have heard this works pretty good however my rod lock is not big enough to be able to access the spot to be able to run a ubolt but I did just see a product made by RMC Boat Locks called the Troll-Lock I believe really it is basically a really nice looking upgrade to a bounce buster and looks like it could be very good for rough water situations and I was hoping maybe someone of you guys maybe had tried this product out or had any suggestions at all for dealing with this issue.

Thanks for any thoughts.

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Manxfishing

Re: T-Motor Stabilizer
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2012, 04:24:58 PM »

While I don't have the fortrex, i have the Maxxum

I use the strap and i have a ram mount towards the top
It's rock solid
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