Thanks again. So the bow area must be padded to prevent the trolling motor from pushing thru while trailering.The one I have certainly is- Its thick. It's also trailerable. These have ratchets on the side to pull slack out of an edge cord to bind in under the rub rail. I haven't had mine on the boat siince I installed the Ultrex Troll Motor. I've noticed that the stowed unit stands up taller than my original Fortrex but I don't think it will be an issue even for trailering with a cover.
Thanks. Good to know. I've never trailered with my trolling motor mounted on the bow. Always placed it on the floor locking it in place.DONAOL,
Yes, my dust cover is very durable but not trailerable. The NITRO heavy cover is more or less form fit to the Troll Motor on the front section.
ThanksMy cover came with boat. I just trailered it’s from Maryland to Florida and back. No issues at all! It is waterproof. I did lay some towels over my trolling motor head and prop for extra padding. The padding that is part of the cover is sufficient though.
Great. I have been padding the trolling motor and and the ladder. Really nice fit but it need more material in all three corners of this boat. My Z19 can with a lot of quality issues. Small hole in dash, left over glue on dash, marks on the bimini frame, marks on dash, hull full of plastic, fiberglass, metal pieces. Its laid up three at leash three days because it's taking on water after 2nd trip out 3hr on boat.Thanks
Hello Jimmy, glad you made it home safely. The bite is picking up a bit, I found a new spot with cattails, they were in there. They're hitting the grub hard..My cover came with boat. I just trailered it’s from Maryland to Florida and back. No issues at all! It is waterproof. I did lay some towels over my trolling motor head and prop for extra padding. The padding that is part of the cover is sufficient though.