The MotorGuide Tour Series Digital Trolling Motor was created with durability and reliability in mind. Featuring the exclusive Digital Advantage with stainless steel shafts, metal pedals and heads, and anchored by the Gator Spring Mount, the MotorGuide Tour Digital Trolling Motors are backed by MotorGuide's three-year Limited Warranty. The choice of Kevin Van Dam and many other top tour professionals, the MotorGuide Tour Series Digital Trolling Motors are "more than tough, they're virtually indestructible."
- Variable speed control. No need to choose a set speed. Adjust the speed of your trolling motor exactly as conditions dictate.
- The exclusive Motorguide Digital Advantage is a completely sealed module protected from heat, moisture, corrosion, and shock. The smooth and quiet digital variable speed results in sustained battery life, while optimizing sonar performance.
- The Digital Guardian monitors your motor's amp draw, heat dissipation, output, and other vital parameters resulting in a cooler-running, more durable, longer-lasting motor.
- Soft-Start feature ramps up power, creating smoother initial motion.
- The Machete III Prop runs quiet, and has a smaller diameter than two-blade designs for ultimate shallow water performance.
- No play, pull-pull adjustable steering provides high thrust feel and precision, limiting torque and fatigue.
- The Gator Spring Mount is made from extruded aircraft aluminum for rock-solid durability.
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Comments: I have a 36V 105lb thrust TM that is new -5 months old and only used about 6 times. It quit several times and cut fishing trips short costing me time and money. Certified Motorguide repair shop found that it has water in it. They have said that it needs several replacement parts which are under warranty but it will cost me another 2 weeks of fishing time. I don't feel a NEW trolling motor should have to be fixed. Dealer won't replace it and says it's Motorguide responsibility and Motorguide won't replace it, The customer service person says that seal damage or repair is not uncommon sometimes EVEN in the first few trips. Be aware that you are really out of luck if it goes down, even if new.
From: Robert: Nashville, TN 4/16/14