Trolling Motor Repair Needed

Reel4ReelReel4Reel Posts: 418 Deckhand
I'm in Miami/Hialeah. I've left several messages for Shallow Water Customs, who has serviced my boats for years. Don't know if they're still open or not, but he voicemail message is still theirs. I live too far away for Master Repair as the motor remains on the boat.

Any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

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  • 10kman10kman Posts: 348 Deckhand
    Yes,I've shipped my elec.motor to Master Repair and they are the best via UPS.Sounds like
    your motor is permanent attached.You want to install the bracket that allows quick attach and
    detach.If you call MR they will explain.Or even better have MR attach the bracket and you
    put the starboard on.
  • northbiscaynebay1northbiscaynebay1 Posts: 57 Greenhorn

    Inshore Marine Specialties is now doing the Minn Kota repair services. The guys there took my Ultera that had a bad module and had it back on my boat in just a few days. Excellent work.
    They are located only a few blocks away from where Shallow Water Customs was.
    http://inshoremarinespecialties.com
    Capt. Alan Sherman

  • northbiscaynebay1northbiscaynebay1 Posts: 57 Greenhorn

    Inshore Marine Specialties is now doing the Minn Kota repair services. The guys there took my Ultera that had a bad module and had it back on my boat in just a few days. Excellent work.
    They are located only a few blocks away from where Shallow Water Customs was.
    http://inshoremarinespecialties.com
    Capt. Alan Sherman

  • Flatwater witchFlatwater witch Posts: 596 Officer

    Inshore Marine Specialties --Bob Richert 954-471-9353.

    If you have MotorGuide--Master Repair is the authorized repair center.
    There may be an option at Islamorada.

    Renagade69 wrote: »
    Either you are mechanically inclined ore your not. The fact you had to ask told me that you can not do it. Its ok, not every one has this ability. Some people just have to pay.
  • Flatwater witchFlatwater witch Posts: 596 Officer

    Islamorada is out.
    Two choices listed above.
    I know there is a shortage of MotorGuide parts, so Master is your only choice if
    Motor Guide.
    Trailer up if necessary and get it removable.
    http://www.masterrepairinc.com/
    You'll need an appointment.

    Renagade69 wrote: »
    Either you are mechanically inclined ore your not. The fact you had to ask told me that you can not do it. Its ok, not every one has this ability. Some people just have to pay.
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