Overtons Watersports® > Launching Life on the Water Since 1976®

Your Overtons.com Session is About to Expire!

What Would You Like To Do?

Renew My Session
Log Out
Up To 20% Off Your Order! Promo Code FUN20
view-larger ROLL ON TO ZOOM IN

TRAC Trolling Motor Rigging Kit

Item # 692843
Customer Rating:

Key Features

  • Quick-connect system for wiring your boat

  • Marine-grade battery wire

  • Heat-shrink terminations

  • Comes with installation hardware

Our Price   $119.99

Availability: Sold Out

  • Additional discounts do not apply.
  Sold Out


back to top
Product Description
trac This Trolling Motor Rigging Kit comes with everything you need to wire your boat for high-current (60-amp) 12V or 24V power.

Kit Includes:
• TRAC 12/24V high-current quick-connect system:
o 2 quick-connect plugs (one for boat and one for trolling motor or other device)
o 1-1/2" round hole adapter (to install boat plug in flat panel)
o U-bracket (to install boat plug on flat surface)
• 35' heavy 8-gauge AWG tin-plated marine-grade positive (red) battery wire
• 35' heavy 8-gauge AWG tin-Plated marine-grade negative (black) battery wire
• 14" 8-gauge cross-over wire for 24V systems
• All heat-shrink terminations included or installed
• 33' of corrugated wire loom
• High-current 60-amp manual resetting circuit breaker
• 4 isolator bolts to install trolling motor or other device

product reviews

back to top


by PowerReviews
TRAC Trolling Motor Rigging Kit

(based on 1 review)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars



  • 4 Stars



  • 3 Stars



  • 2 Stars



  • 1 Stars



Reviewed by 1 customer

Displaying review 1

Back to top


What a headache

By Chris

from NC

About Me Avid Fisher

Verified Reviewer



    • Poor Design

    Best Uses

      Comments about TRAC Trolling Motor Rigging Kit:

      The wiring is good but the male/female connectors for trolling motor are no good. I have plug flush mounted in front deck, have used it approx. 6 times. Got to fishing spot today, plugged in TM and there I was, no power. Bad connection on plugs, slightly move plug and get power, let go of plug and loose power. Knowing I will be removing this so called plug from boat, I by-passed cheap plugs and went fishing. At least my wire is installed so I can purchase good plugs and replace.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      Displaying review 1

      Back to top

      q & a

      back to top