Minn Kota Endura C2 40-lb. Thrust Trolling Motor with 36" Shaft

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  • For freshwater use on small to medium sized boats
  • 12 volts
  • Fixed speeds
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    The Minn Kota Endura C2 40-lb Thrust Trolling Motor with 36" Shaft has been designed especially for small to medium-sized boats. It's ideal for trolling in freshwater. This transom mount trolling motor features a hardy and durable construction that will last. It provides 40 lbs of thrust and its shaft flexes on impact. The shaft on the motor is resistant to corrosion, kinks and breaks. The power prop also works to provide you with the extra push you need while steering through weeds and water plants. This Minn Kota Endura trolling motor features an exceptional bearing system for frictionless operation and a quieter, more pleasant ride. You can steer your boat comfortably using the included 6" telescopic handle. The Minn Kota Endura C2 40-lb. Thrust Trolling Motor with 36" Shaft uses a lever rock bracket for a stable mount that prevents wrapping and flexing.

    Minn Kota Endura C2 40-lb. Thrust Trolling Motor with 36" Shaft

    • The Minn Kota Endura trolling motor is ideal for freshwater use on small to medium- sized boats
    • Offers 40 lbs of thrust to help you efficiently maneuver into your fishing area of choice
    • High-quality bearing system provides frictionless operation for a quieter, more peaceful ride
    • Rugged, durable build for long-lasting use
    • 36" shaft flexes on impact and offers resistance to corrosion, kinks and other breakage
    • Power prop helps you move through weeds and water plants
    • Volts: 12
    • Speeds: Fixed
    • Mount location: Transom mount trolling motor
    • Telescoping handle helps you easily steer
    • Lever lock bracket provides a more stable and reliable mount
    • 2-year warranty
    • Model# 1352240

    Specifications

    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 1352240
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 22.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 49.0 x 7.0 x 17.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
    Origin of Components: USA
    Walmart No.: 933243
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    Customer Reviews | 43 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Great size motor for your boat.
    4/2/2012

    Customer review by Lovetoshootguns

    5.0 stars by Lovetoshootguns

    I tried this out yesterday on my 16 foot boat and it move's it around just great. Has lots of power in 5th speed. Great buy for the money.

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    Lovetoshootguns
    Nebraska
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per month
    Exceeded Expectations
    8/5/2012

    Customer review by Ozmosis99

    5.0 stars by Ozmosis99

    It is not often that a product outperforms my expectations, but that has been the case with this trolling motor. I bought it to use with rental boats at a local lake. The boats I use the motor with are Jon boats, about 12 foot, and extra wide. The motor has more than enough power. Speeds 1-3 cover the range I like for trolling. On setting 5, it moves the boat along faster than I thought it would - so I can cover distance if I need to. Likewise, the reverse speeds cover the necessary power range. I have used the motor it with 1-3 people in the boat, and performance has been great in all cases. I use a group 27 Everstart marine battery, and the Minn Kota Trolling Motor Power Center. (I highly recommend buying the power center and the upgraded weedless prop.) After about 5 hours on the lake, trolling and cruising nearly the whole time, I typically have 78 - 85% charge remaining. With the weedless prop, I have been able to move through heavy weeds. I only had a problem once in starting from a stop in some heavy growth. I just bought the motor this summer, so I cannot speak to long term reliability. It does have a quality feel to it, and has tolerated some banging around without issue. I can confidently recommend this motor.

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    Ozmosis99
    Connecticut
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days
    9/25/2011

    Customer review by fatdad461

    5.0 stars by fatdad461

    I have a 14ft jon boat, this is the only motor I have on this boat, and it does a great job of getting from point A to point B. A+

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    fatdad461
    Kentucky [Lake Cumberland]
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Once per week
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    by Guti 7/9/2012
    • Just got mine last week and I just hooked it up to what was in my bassboat. I have a starting, electronics battery. And 2 seperate "group 27" marine batteries with high reserve capacity. I like the Marine batts from Autozone, blue top. Was out trolling for at least 4+ hours today with alot of charge left. Paid $109 plus tax but you know the saying, buy as much battery "quality,warranty,reserve cap."as you can. Good Luck.
      by Titanup2/12/2015
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    • You need a deep cycle marine battery, the bigger the better. Available at Walmart for $100 to $200 dollars, depending on size and brand.
      by Hepotter2/12/2015
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    • any marine style battery is sufficient, even a good car battery wwill do the job. general use on this trolling motor running full time will last 4-5hours.
      by clintonfishing1/27/2015
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    • It is best to use the deep marine battery, but if you are using other electronics makes sure you check on the cranking amps. I did not need much on the cranking amp as I will only be using this and the fish finder.
      by shkang1151/27/2015
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    • I would suggest any of the deep cycle marine batteries available at Walmart or anyplace you buy batteries. 12v deep cycle batteries are meant for regular depletion and charging and will last much longer than a standard car battery.
      by eventdude1/27/2015
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    • I recommend a group 27 marine battery. I use the EverStart 27DC-6 Marine Battery from WalMart with success.
      by Ozmosis993/30/2015
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    by stillwaiting123 5/23/2012
    • The motor comes with wires (cables) to connect with the battery.
      by Tonemeistertony3/29/2015
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    • I wondered that too, pics on wal-mart.com LOL It has about a 6ft attached cable with a positive/negative with wire ends that just screw onto your battery terminals.
      by Titanup3/29/2015
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    • Alligator clips. Any Marine store or auto store will have them. And, you can simply wire it directly to the battery terminals. You may need a bit of extra wire if the battery is too far from the trolling motor. Again, available at any hardware store.
      by Hepotter3/23/2015
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    • it comes with wires attached to motor. simply hook positive to positive negative to negative.
      by clintonfishing3/23/2015
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    • The wires that come out of the motor unit have alligator clamps on them - attach red to positive and black to negative and your motor will have power. Be sure to use a deep cycle marine battery for best results.
      by eventdude1/27/2015
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    • I used some alligator battery clips, you can pick them up in automotive. I then took some 14 guage, soild core, copper wire and crimped on a spade connector. This will allow you to slide the C-shape ends into and thus provide you the power to run your motor. Another way is to cut the C-shaped ends off the supplied power cord and directly wire the alligator clips on. All you would need is a battery (12 volt) to hook up to.
      by DakotaOutdoors1/27/2015
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    Is this 36" shaft ok for a canoe or should I be looking at a shorter shaft size or does it even matter? The shaft is supposed to be able to be adjusted up or down.
    by Dadeo 7/15/2013
    • This should work okay although you can adjust the length of the shaft that goes into the water to be shallower or deeper. You might end up with the head and control shaft a bit higher than is practical, but it should work.
      by Tonemeistertony8/10/2014
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    • The shaft isn't adjustable, it has a transom mounting assembly that is both tiltable and has a plastic sleeve with set screw. This allows you to loosen then "slide" the shaft to the desired depth. Hope this helps. John
      by Titanup1/27/2015
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    • Yes it is adj. at the collar as well as tiltable with the transom mount assy. Nice setup but maybe more that you need for a "canoe" The longer shaft is better for boats as it is further to the water than your noe. Not to deter you at $159 I got my moneys worth, but I also researched the 30in 30lbs thrust MinnKota and it was like $96 at my local Wallyworld. Much better option, fitment, weight, price and plenty of power. Good luck! John
      by Titanup4/22/2014
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    • The shaft is easy to adjust. It seems to me that the motor would work fine on a canoe as long as there is a place to mount it and house the battery.
      by Ozmosis991/22/2014
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    • It would work on a canoe.
      by Hepotter9/9/2013
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