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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Float Tube and Pontoon Tips, Tricks and Mods » does anyone have email pictures of the drill tm mount

does anyone have email pictures of the drill tm mount

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tommy1982


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Hi guys, new here. I was reading some guys made racks for a drill trolling motor setup. I was wondering if anyone had any pictures. I'm learning alot from you guys andi think I want to try it. I've got a Milwaukee 18v impact with 3 speeds and an extra battery laying in my basement

vortec_cruiser

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There's not really a mount for it - you just hold the prop shaft down in the water at about a 45* angle and let her rip.
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tommy1982


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Thanks. I'm gonna attempt to make something then. I was wondering if anyone came up with a swivel arm or something to push it out of the way when not in use and then swivel it so it sits between my legs when needed. Kinda like the ff mount on the front of a rod rack.

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I'm just going to put the unit across the tube behind the seat. Might even put a velcro strap around it. I will put the drill motor in a zip lock bag and put it in the netting on the backside of the Cumberland seat.

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