Troll Eze

Troll Eze is the solution to uncomfortable leg position while fishing. With the Troll Eze, your passion for fishing doesn't have to be accompanied by discomfort. It installs easily in any bass boat and allows your foot assembly to be installed flush with the deck surface, adding a clean look and increased comfort. The Troll Eze provides a safer, more stable stance, and reduces leg & back fatigue.

*The Troll Eze Tray fits both MotorGuide and Minn Kota trolling motors!

- 1/8" Aluminum
- Painted textured black (baked-on powder-coat finish)
- Mounting hardware. (6 Stainless screws with black heads) Hose Clamp
- Cutting template and instructions.
- Water drain hose.

Click here for a Toll Eze Diagram with Dimensions

*Note: Does not fit the Minn Kota Ultrex trolling motor foot pedal.

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Great product. Strong, and thick metal. Easy install. Tough exterior coating.

From: Joey: IL 3/7/15

Comments: worked great for my 93 Ranger! Just a warning the Rangers have a foam inside that must be taken out. This is not easy!

From: Ryan: OK 12/7/14

Comments: I own a 93 nitro, but since installing the troll eze I feel as if im riding in a brand new rig. It really is the greatest upgrade you could do for a older boat. Without a doubt this is the best money i have spent on my boat so far! Thanks Troll Eze!!! 10 out of 10 rating!!!! It Makes you wanna go fishing even more. It`s like going from a pinto to a caddilac.

From: Greg, VA

Comments: It took me about 2.5 hours to install in my boat a Fisher Pro Hawk. On the ezetroll web site they have a you tube video which was a lot of help. All in all this modification was WELL worth it! Agian the you tube video is a lot of help I strongly suggest watching it before starting.

From: Tony: Centre, AL

Comments:Regarding the "Troll-Eze.. I installed in my Ranger 185vs.. It is a three hour job with all the right tools. You have to remove the carpet, top layer of fiberglass, part of the storage compartment and floation. It's a big job. I Would say all late model Ranger boats would be pretty much the same.

From:David: Las Vegas, NV

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