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Trolling Motor Question

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I have a 65# Minnkota Power Drive 24 volt troller that I will be replacing with a 70# Minnkota Power Drive V 2 with Auto Pilot. Can I use the same mounting bracket? I sure hope so. Any info would be appreciated. This new troller has a built-in transduce and I am trying to find out if it is compatable with my Fish Eagle depth finder, any ideas?

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Yes you can use the same mounting bracket.

What model is the Eagle? The V2 is compatable with almost all of the eagles, if it's a fishmark, cuda, fisheasy, fishelite then it is compatable, there are a couple different connector plugs for the Eagles so make sure you specify what model you have so you get the right one.

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They are not compatible if your Eagle is one of the older units thats used 192kHz. The original Universal Sonar was, not US2.

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Thanks for the info guys. Might need a different depth finder but at least the mounting bracket is OK.

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