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Kicker for a Tyee

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I've got a Lund Tyee with an inboard motor on it....I'd like to add a kicker motor for better speed and steering control while trolling....I don't see any inboards that also have kicker motors.....is this something that's difficult/expensive to do?.......any thoughts are appreciated.....

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I don't see any inboards that also have kicker motors.....is this something that's difficult/expensive to do?.......any thoughts are appreciated.....


Actually if you check Lund website the Fisherman ITS I/O has a recessed area on left side of boat for installation of kicker.

If your boat doesn't have it you can install a kicker bracket. There are several styles from econimical to very expensive with power up+down, etc.

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