Minn Kota® Maxxum 24V 80 lbs Thrust 42" Shaft

Minn Kota® Maxxum 24V 80 lbs Thrust 42" Shaft
MAXXUM®
BOW-MOUNT TROLLING MOTOR
USER MANUAL
CE MASTER USER MANUAL (FOR CE/C-TICK CERTIFIED MODELS)
Conforms to 89/336/EEC (EMC) under standards EN 55022A, EN 50082-2 since 1996 LN V9677264
THANK YOU
Thank you for choosing Minn Kota. We believe that you should spend more time fishing and less time positioning your boat.
That’s why we build the smartest, toughest, most intuitive trolling motors on the water. Every aspect of a Minn Kota trolling motor
is thought out and rethought until it’s good enough to bear our name. Countless hours of research and testing provide you the
Minn Kota advantage that can truly take you “Anywhere. Anytime.” We don’t believe in shortcuts. We are Minn Kota. And we are
never done helping you catch more fish.
REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR RECEIPT AND IMMEDIATELY REGISTER YOUR TROLLING MOTOR.
Please thoroughly read this user manual. Follow all instructions and heed all safety and cautionary notices below. Use of this motor is only
permitted for persons that have read and understood these user instructions. Minors may use this motor only under adult supervision.
ATTENTION: Never run the motor out of the water, as this may result in injuries from the rotating propeller. The motor should be disconnected from
the power source when it is not in use or is off the water. When connecting the power-supply cables of the motor to the battery, ensure that they are
not kinked or subject to chafe and route them in such a way that persons cannot trip over them. Before using the motor make sure that the insulation
of the power cables is not damaged. Disregarding these safety precautions may result in electric shorts of battery(s) and/or motor. Always disconnect
motor from battery(s) before cleaning or checking the propeller. Avoid submerging the complete motor as water may enter the lower unit through
control head and shaft. If the motor is used while water is present in the lower unit considerable damage to the motor can occur. This damage will not
be covered by warranty.
CAUTION: Take care that neither you nor other persons approach the turning propeller too closely, neither with body parts nor with objects. The
motor is powerful and may endanger or injure you or others. While the motor is running watch out for persons swimming and for floating objects.
Persons whose ability to run the motor or whose reactions are impaired by alcohol, drugs, medication, or other substances are not permitted to use
this motor. This motor is not suitable for use in strong currents. The constant noise pressure level of the motor during use is less than 70dB(A). The
overall vibration level does not exceed 2,5m/sec2.
LOCATING YOUR SERIAL NUMBER
Your Minn Kota 11-character serial number is very important. It helps to determine the specific model and year of manufacture. When contacting
Consumer Service or registering your product, you will need to know your product’s serial number. We recommend that you write the serial number
down in the space provided below so that you have it available for future reference.
The serial number on your Maxxum is
located near the momentary switch
underneath the side of the foot pedal.
Made by Minn Kota
Johnson Outdoors
Marine Electronics, Inc.
121 Power Drive
Mankato, MN 56001 USA
Trolling Motors
Produced in 2012
Maxxum 80/52
MODEL 1368581
SER NO M365 MK12345
EXAMPLE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Two-Year Limited Warranty
4
Features 5
Mount Installation
Battery & Wiring Installation
6-9
10-11
Boat Rigging & Product Installation
10
Conductor Gauge and Circuit Breaker Sizing Table
10
Selecting the Correct Batteries
11
How to Connect Batteries
11
Motor Wiring Diagram
12-13
Using & Adjusting The Motor
14-16
Stowing & Deploying the Motor
14
Adjusting the Depth of the Motor
15
Adjusting the Steering Cable
15
Controlling Speed and Steering with the Foot Pedal
16
Service & Maintenance
17
Propeller Replacement
17
General Maintenance
17
Troubleshooting & Repair
18
Parts Diagram
19
Parts List
20-21
Environmental Compliance Statements
22
Notes
23
FEATURES
Illuminated Directional Indicator
Depth Collar Knob
BowGuard 360° ®
Breakaway Protection
Lifetime Warranty
Flexible Composite Shaft
Momentary On Button
Constant On Switch
Speed Control
Cool Quiet
Power Motor
Heel Block
High-Impact
Composite Material
Propeller
Specifications subject to change without notice.
This diagram is for reference only and may differ from your actual motor.
MOUNT INSTALLATION
TOOLS AND RESOURCES REQUIRED:
• (2) 1/2” Wrenches
• Standard or Needle Nose Pliers
• A second person to help with the installation
Upper Arm
Upper Pin with
Nut and Washer
Bow Guard
Lower Pin
Lower Aluminum Bracket/Arm
INSTALLATION OF MOTOR TO MOUNT
1.
With mount closed as shown below, use two 1/2” wrenches to remove one of the two nylock nuts and washers from the
upper pin and remove pin from mount.
NOTE: The two bushings in the upper arm may come out. If so, keep them for re-assembly.
2. Using a pair of pliers, remove the spring clip on freshwater models (or the E-clip on saltwater models) from the lower pin and
remove lower pin from mount.
Bushing
Upper Pin with
Nut and Washer
Lower Pin
Spring Clip
Mount Installation
3. Open upper arm, rotate and lay over out of the way for lower arm assembly.
4. Align the lower arm and the lower bow guard ears and insert lower pin.
5. Re-install spring clip into lower pin for freshwater models or (E-clip for saltwater motors).
6. Route rope underneath lower pin and through eyelet in bowguard.
Rope Eyelet
Spring Clip
(freshwater models only)
Lower Pin
E-Ring Clip
(saltwater models only)
7.
Rotate upper arm back over to bowguard.
8. Align the upper arm holes with upper bow guard ears and install upper pin.
NOTE: The two bushings in the upper arm may come out. Re-assemble them into the upper arm making sure the “keys” of
the inserts are aligned with the “key” punchouts in upper arm.
9. Re-install washer and locknut and tighten.
Bushing
Upper Pin with
Nut & Washer
10. Route rope through pull grip handle and small washer.
Secure by tying a figure eight knot.
Washer
Figure 8 Knot
Pull Grip
Mount Installation
INSTALLATION OF THE BOW-MOUNT
We recommend that you have another person help with this procedure.
1.
For installation, DO NOT REMOVE THE SHAFT/MOTOR FROM THE BOWGUARD. The Bowguard spring is
under tension and must always remain secured.
2. Place the mount, with the motor in the fully stowed (flat) position, on the deck of the
boat:
• The motor should be mounted as close to the centerline of the boat as possible
when it is deployed (see illustration).
• Make sure bow area under the chosen location is clear and unobstructed for
drilling.
• Make sure the motor rest is positioned far enough beyond the edge of the
boat. The motor, as it is lowered into the water or raised into the boat, must not
encounter any obstructions
3. Once in position, determine which bolt pattern to use (see below), mark at least 4
of the holes (2 on each side) in the bow plate and drill through with a 9/32” drill bit.
Either pattern may be used when installing the motor.
- Pattern 1: Minnkota 3” bolt pattern standard motors.
- Pattern 2: Alternate 4” bolt pattern commonly used.
Hold Down Strap
1
2
4. Install hold down strap between the motor and deck of boat between second and third set of mounting holes.
5. Mount the plate to the bow through the drilled holes using the provided (1/4-20 x 3-1/2”) bolts, nuts and washers.
NOTE: If possible, secure all sets of mounting bolts, nuts and washers.
6. Install the bow mount stabilizer (if included). See next section for installation instructions.
Mount Installation
INSTALLING THE BOWMOUNT STABILIZER KIT
Tools Needed:
• Hand Saw
• 3/8” Nut Driver
• File or Sandpaper
1. Place the motor in the stowed position.
2. Measure from the screw hole in the upper arm to the boat deck or gunwale. Add
3/4” to the total to get the correct support shaft length (image 1).
3. Trim the bottom of the support shaft with a hand saw to the correct length. Round
the cut edge with a file or sandpaper. Attach the rubber bumper.
4. Secure the support shaft to the bowmount with the 1/4” hex head screw with a
lock washer on top and one on bottom of the bowmount arm (image 2).
Image 1
Image 2
5. Verify that the motor locks into the stowed position when retracted. The stabilizer should support the bowmount to prevent
bouncing yet not interfere with the locking system (image 3). Adjust the stabilizer length as needed.
Image 3
INSTALLATION OF THE HOLD DOWN STRAP
(Not included on all models)
1.
Before mounting the trolling motor place the Hold Down Strap under the bowmount
between the mounting holes near the back of the motor rest with the hook and loop
side of the strap facing down (image 4).
2. Secure the bowmount with the mounting bolts to capture the strap.
3. To stow the motor, pull the strap through the rectangular ring until snug. Press the hook
pad of the strap, into the loop pad and secure (image 5). This should be used whenever
the motor is stowed.
Image 4
Image 5
BATTERY WIRING & INSTALLATION
BOAT RIGGING & PRODUCT INSTALLATION
For safety and compliance reasons, we recommend that you follow American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) standards when
rigging your boat. Altering boat wiring should be completed by a qualified marine technician. The following specifications are for
general guidelines only:
CAUTION: These guidelines apply to general rigging to support your Minn Kota motor. Powering multiple motors or additional
electrical devices from the same power circuit may impact the recommended conductor gauge and circuit breaker size. If you are
using wire longer than that provided with your unit, follow the conductor gauge and circuit breaker sizing table below. If your wire
extension length is more than 25 feet, we recommend that you contact a qualified marine technician.
An over-current protection device (circuit breaker or fuse) must be used. Coast Guard requirements dictate that
each ungrounded current-carrying conductor must be protected by a manually reset, trip-free circuit breaker or fuse. The type
(voltage and current rating) of the fuse or circuit breaker must be sized accordingly to the trolling motor used. The table below gives
recommended guidelines for circuit breaker sizing.
Reference:
United States Code of Federal Regulations: 33 CFR 183 – Boats and Associated Equipment
ABYC E-11: AC and DC Electrical Systems on Boats
CONDUCTOR GAUGE AND CIRCUIT BREAKER SIZING TABLE
Motor Thrust /
Model
Max Amp Draw
30 lb.
30
40 lb., 45 lb.
42
50 lb., 55 lb.
50
70 lb.
Circuit Breaker
Wire Extension Length *
5 feet
10 feet
15 feet
20 feet
25 feet
10 AWG
10 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
10 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
4 AWG
60 Amp @ 12 VDC
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
4 AWG
2 AWG
42
50 Amp @ 24 VDC
10 AWG
10 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
80 lb.
56
60 Amp @ 24 VDC
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
6 AWG
101 lb.
46
50 Amp @ 36 VDC
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
Engine Mount 101
50
60 Amp @ 36 VDC
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
4 AWG
2 AWG
112 lb.
52
60 Amp @ 36 VDC
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
8 AWG
Engine Mount 160
116
(2) x 60 Amp @ 24 VDC
2 AWG
2 AWG
2 AWG
2 AWG
2 AWG
E-Drive
40
50 Amp @ 48 VDC
10 AWG 10 AWG 10 AWG 10 AWG
This conductor and circuit breaker sizing table is only valid for the following assumptions:
1. No more than 3 conductors are bundled together inside of a sheath or conduit outside of engine spaces.
2. Each conductor has 105° C temp rated insulation.
3. No more than 5% voltage drop allowed at full motor power based on published product power requirements.
*Wire Extension Length refers to the distance from the batteries to the trolling motor leads.
10 AWG
50 Amp @ 12 VDC
Battery Wiring & Installation
SELECTING THE CORRECT BATTERIES
The motor will operate with any lead acid, deep cycle marine 12 volt battery/batteries. For best results, use a deep cycle, marine
battery with at least a 105 ampere hour rating. Maintain battery at full charge. Proper care will ensure having battery power
when you need it, and will significantly improve the battery life. Failure to recharge lead-acid batteries (within 12-24 hours) is the
leading cause of premature battery failure. Use a multi-stage charger to avoid overcharging. We offer a wide selection of chargers
to fit your charging needs. If you are using a crank battery to start a gasoline outboard, we recommend that you use a separate
deep cycle marine battery/batteries for your Minn Kota trolling motor.
Advice Regarding Batteries:
• Never connect the (+) and the (–) terminals of the same battery together. Take care that no metal object can fall onto the
battery and short the terminals. This would immediately lead to a short and extreme fire danger.
• It is highly recommended that a circuit breaker or fuse be used with this trolling motor. Refer to “Conductor Gauge and Circuit
Breaker Sizing Table” in the previous section to find the appropriate circuit breaker or fuse for your motor. For motors requiring
a 60-amp breaker, the Minn Kota MKR-19 60-amp circuit breaker is recommended.
CONNECTING THE BATTERIES
12 VOLT SYSTEMS:
1. Make sure that the motor is switched off (speed selector on “OFF” or “0”).
2. Connect positive ( + ) red lead to positive ( + ) battery terminal.
3. Connect negative ( – ) black lead to negative ( – ) battery terminal.
4. For safety reasons do not switch the motor on until the propeller is in the water.
CAUTION:
CONNECTING THE BATTERIES IN SERIES (IF REQUIRED FOR YOUR MOTOR)
For safety reasons, disconnect the motor from the battery/batteries when the motor is not in use or while the
+24 Volts to trolling motor
24 VOLT SYSTEMS:are being charged.
battery/batteries
positive (or circuit breaker)
To trolling motor negative
1. Make sure that the motor is switched off (speed selector on “0”).
2. Two 12 volt batteries are required.
24 Volt Series Connection
3. The batteries must be wired in series, only as directed in wiring
diagram, to provide 24 volts.
a. Connect a connector cable to the positive ( + ) terminal of
battery 1 and to the negative ( – ) terminal of battery 2.
Neg Pos +
Neg Pos +
b. Connect positive ( + ) red motor lead to
positive ( + ) terminal on battery 2.
Battery #1 (Low Side)
Battery #2 (High Side)
c. Connect negative ( – ) black motor lead to
Two 12-volt batteries connected in series for 24 volts
negative ( – ) terminal of battery 1.
4. For safety reasons do not switch the motor on until the propeller is in the water. If installing a leadwire plug, observe proper
polarity and follow instructions in your boat owner’s manual. See wiring diagram on following pages.
CAUTION
• For safety reasons, disconnect the motor from the battery or batteries when the motor is not in use or while
the battery/batteries are being charged.
• Improper wiring of 24/36 volt systems could cause battery explosion!
• Keep leadwire wing nut connections tight and solid to battery terminals.
• Locate battery in a ventilated compartment.
MOTOR WIRING DIAGRAM
NOTE: This is a universal, multi-voltage diagram. Double-check your motor's voltage for proper connections. Over-Current
Protection Devices not shown in this illustration.
VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL BOARD
SPEED ADJUSTMENT SWITCH
OPTIONAL BROWN WIRE FOR MOTORS WITH
70 LBS THRUST AND HIGHER.
SEE BOAT WIRING DIAGRAM.
BLK/RED M+
BLACK M-
FUSE*
MM+
BL
K/
BL
BR
K/
OW
OR
N
AN
GE
RED M+
BLAKC M-
INDICATOR LIGHT
RED B+
GREEN
B+
YELLOW
B-
BLACK B-
MOM/OFF/CON
SWITCH
WHITE
12v
MOMENTARY SWITCH
BATTERY 1
24v
MOTOR
BATTERY 1
* FOR MOTORS WITH 70 LBS
THRUST AND HIGHER
BATTERY 2
36v
BATTERY 1
BATTERY 2
BATTERY 3
MOTOR WIRING DIAGRAM
NOTE: This is a universal, multi-voltage diagram. Double-check your motor's voltage for proper connections. Over-Current
Protection Devices not shown in this illustration.
FIVE-SPEED SWITCH
INDICATOR LIGHT
FIVE SPEED SWITCH
R B
A +
WHITE CONNECTING WIRE
MOMENTARY SWITCH
BLACK
Y
BLUE CONNECTING WIRE
MOM/OFF/
CON SWITCH
w
RED +
TERMINAL
BLOCK
BLACK –
BLACK –
WHITE
YELLOW
RED +
BLACK –
CONNECTING
WIRE
MOTOR
BATTERY 1
BATTERY 2
USING AND ADJUSTING THE MOTOR
STOWING AND DEPLOYING THE MOTOR
WARNING:
When raising or lowering the motor, keep fingers clear of all hinge and pivot points and all moving parts.
MOUNT FEATURES
• The motor mount is designed to fold back and lock the motor flat on the deck when not in use and to
provide secure stowage for transport.
• The pull grip and rope releases the lock bar, which automatically engages when the unit is lowered or
raised into position. The pull grip and rope should be used to both lower and raise the unit.
• The motor rest positions the lower unit as it comes in contact with the nose of the mount and guides
it onto the motor rest.
• The yoke captures the motor shaft and keeps the lower unit centered on the motor rest.
• The hold-down strap must be used to place pressure on the motor shaft to hold the lower unit
tightly against the motor rest when stowed.
• The pull grip and rope can be stored by placing the pull grip into the rope stow slot on the control box of the motor.
TO DEPLOY THE MOTOR
Simply pull back and lift the motor off of the mount with the pull grip and rope. Lower the motor into the water using the pull grip
and rope. The motor will lock into the deployed position automatically.
TO STOW THE MOTOR
Pull back and lift the motor out of the water with the pull grip and rope. Lower the motor lower unit onto the motor rest using the
pull grip and rope. The motor will lock into the stowed position automatically. Wrap the hold-down strap over top of the motor
shaft to secure the motor.
Motor Shaft
Lower Unit
Pull Grip and Rope
Motor Rest
Rope Stow Slot
Hold-Down Strap
USING & ADJUSTING THE MOTOR
ADJUSTING THE DEPTH OF THE MOTOR
Depth Adjustment Knob
The propeller tip must be submerged at least 12” to avoid churning
or agitation of surface water.
Depth Adjustment Knob
Outer Shaft
1. With the motor deployed, firmly grasp the outer shaft or control
head and hold it steady.
Outer Shaft
2. Loosen the depth adjustment knob until the shaft slides freely.
3. Raise or lower the motor to the desired depth.
4. Turn the motor control head to the desired position.
12” Minimum
Depth
5. Tighten depth adjustment knob to secure the motor in place.
12” Minimum
Depth
ADJUSTING THE STEERING CABLE
MANUAL EDITOR: SHOW TOP HALF OF PAGE FOR FOOT CONTROL
The steering cable tension is pre-set at the factory but will, through normal use, need occasional adjustment.
MANUAL EDITOR: SHOW BOTTOM HALF OF PAGE FOR HAND CONTROL
Adjust the tension of the cables by turning the cable tension adjustment screw (Phillips pan-head screw) located near the bottom
of the foot pedal, just under the steering cable cover.
Turn the screw clockwise to increase tension and counter-clockwise to decrease tension.
Cable Tension Adjustment Screw
Stainless Steel Cable
ADJUSTING THE DEPTH OF THE MOTOR
The propeller tip must be submerged at least 12” to avoid churning
or agitation of surface water.
1. With the motor deployed, firmly grasp the shaft or control head
and hold it steady.
Cable Pulley
Adjustable Depth Collar
Steering Tension Knob
Shaft
2. Loosen the adjustable depth collar and steering tension knob
until the shaft slides freely.
NOTE:
12” Minimum
3. Raise or lower the motor to the desired depth.
Depth
If the cable becomes too loose, it may disengage the wrap drum in the control box or the pulley in the
foot pedal.
4. Turn the motor control head to the desired position.
5. Tighten the adjustable depth collar and the steering tension knob
to secure the motor in place.
Using & Adjusting The Motor
CONTROLLING SPEED & STEERING WITH THE FOOT PEDAL
Most controls on the foot pedal are easy to operate by either foot or hand:
Toe End
Speed Knob
Momentary On Button
Directional
Directional
Indicator
Indicator
Heel End
Constant On Switch
TO ADJUST MOTOR SPEED
Turn the speed knob clockwise to increase speed and counter-clockwise to decrease speed.
TO OPERATE THE MOTOR IN MOMENTARY MODE
The default mode of operation for the foot pedal is Momentary. In this mode, the motor will only run while downward force is
applied to the Momentary On button on the top of the foot pedal. A toe touch to the Momentary button on the top of the foot
pedal will turn the propeller on in this mode. Removing downward force on the Momentary button will turn the propeller off.
TO OPERATE THE MOTOR IN CONSTANT MODE
To switch to Constant Mode, flip the side-mounted Constant On switch until the propeller starts. In Constant Mode, the propeller
will continually run, regardless of whether force is being applied to the Momentary On button on the top of the foot pedal.
TO TURN LEFT OR RIGHT
Push the toe end of the foot pedal down to turn right and push the heel end of the foot pedal down to turn left. The indicator on
the motor head shows the direction of the motor. The motor will not maintain its own heading. You must keep your foot on the
pedal to control steering during operation.
TO REVERSE THE MOTOR
The motor always travels in the direction of the indicator. You can reverse the direction of the motor by turning the motor 180°
from straight ahead.
CAUTION:
• Make sure the Constant On switch is in the off position when not in use. If the motor control is left on and the
propeller rotation is blocked, severe motor damage can result.
• Be sure to turn the motor off after each use.
• For safety reasons, disconnect the motor from the battery/batteries when the motor is not in use or while the
battery/batteries are being charged.
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
PROPELLER REPLACEMENT
TOOLS AND RESOURCES REQUIRED:
Propeller
• Box End Wrench
- 1/2” for motors with 70 lbs thrust or lower.
- 9/16” for motors with 80 lbs thrust or higher.
Slot End
Prop Nut
• Screwdriver (optional)
Washer
CAUTION:
Disconnect the motor from the battery
before beginning any prop work or
maintenance.
NOTE: The propeller on your motor may differ from
the one pictured.
Drive Pin
1. Disconnect the motor from all sources of power prior to changing the propeller.
2. Hold the propeller and loosen the prop nut with pliers or a wrench.
3. Remove the prop nut and washer. If the drive pin is sheared or broken, you will need to hold the shaft stationary with a blade
screwdriver pressed into the slot on the end of the shaft.
4. Turn the old prop to horizontal (as illustrated) and pull it straight off. If drive pin falls out, push it back in.
5. Align the new propeller with the drive pin.
6. Install the prop washer and prop nut.
7. Tighten the prop nut 1/4 turn past snug [25-35 inch lbs.] Do not over tighten as this can damage the prop.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
• After use, the entire motor should be rinsed with freshwater. This series of motors is not equipped for saltwater exposure.
• The composite shaft requires periodic cleaning and lubrication for proper retraction and deployment. A coating of an aqueous
based silicone spray will improve operation.
• The propeller must be inspected and cleaned from weeds and fishing line after every use.
Fishing line and weeds can get behind the prop, damage the seals and allow water to enter the motor.
• Verify the prop nut is secure each time the motor is used.
• To prevent accidental damage during transportation or storage, disconnect the battery whenever the motor is off of the water.
For prolonged storage, lightly coat all metal parts with an aqueous based silicone spray.
• For maximum battery life recharge the battery(s) as soon as possible after use. For maximum motor performance restore
battery to full charge prior to use.
• Keep battery terminals clean with fine sandpaper or emery cloth.
• The propeller is designed to provide weed free operation with very high efficiency. To maintain this top performance, the
leading edge of the blades must be kept smooth. If they are rough or nicked from use, restore to smooth by sanding with fine
sandpaper.
TROUBLESHOOTING & REPAIR
1. Motor fails to run or lacks power:
• Check battery connections for proper polarity.
• Make sure terminals are clean and corrosion free. Use fine sandpaper or emery cloth to clean terminals.
• Check battery water level. Add water if needed.
2. Motor loses power after a short running time:
• Check battery charge. If low, restore to full charge.
3. Motor is difficult to steer:
• Check steering cables for proper tension. Adjust as necessary.
4. You experience prop vibration during normal operation:
• Remove and rotate the prop 180°. See removal instructions in the Propeller Replacement Section.
5. Experiencing interference with your fishfinder:
PARTS DIAGRAM
MAXXUM 80
80 LBS THRUST - 24 VOLT - 42” SHAFT
This page provides Minn Kota® WEEE compliance disassembly instructions.
For more information about where you should dispose of your waste equipment
for recycling and recovery and/or your European Union member state requirements, please contact your dealer or distributor from which your product was
purchased.
Tools required, but not limited to: flat head screw driver,
Phillips screw driver, socket set, pliers, wire cutters.
85
86
165
167
172
43
200
72
73
63
36
101
84
92
93
168
61
88
160
159
102
71
38
37
54
46
49
47
156
48
126
62
64
162
55
91
161
78
58
205
142
127
128
125
65
42
87
83
52
51
90
130
67
50
158
116
134
68
98
97
45
95
157
66
39
82
170
166
129
76
12F
104
40
77
57
107
41
105
91
163
164
103
59
110
78A
150
79
143
80
135
113
12G
141
99
81
136
137
132
133
147
96
138
109
142
131
155
139
114
12B
148
12R
115
25
14
11
3A
17
22
7
10
9
119
19
151
27 28
26
6
8
18
4
17
Part #2274963
118
20
5
117
21
23
1
149
13
3
2
111
ECN 36431
121
152
29
24
154
153
124
PARTS LIST
MAXXUM 80
80 LBS THRUST - 24 VOLT - 42” SHAFT
ITEM
QTY
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
QTY
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
1
2-100-214
ARMATURE ASSEMBLY 24V
41
2
2265514
2
1
788-040
RETAINING RING
42
1
2773987
DECAL-MAXXUM,MOTOR REST
BOWPLATE- FW STD MACH/INSERT
3
1
2-200-160
HOUSING ASSEMBLY CENTER 4.0
43
1
2251601
ROPE 40” MAXXUM MOUNT
3A
1
582-013
4
1
2-300-160
CLIP, RETAINING, US2
45
2
2261708
WASHER-3/8X1/2X.016
BRUSH END HOUSING ASSEMBLY
46
2
2267318
BEARING NYLINER
5
1
144-017
BEARING- FLANGE (SERVICE ONLY)
47
2
2152610
SPRING-PIN LOCKBAR
6
2
880-025
SEAL
48
1
2233600
LOCK BAR- BOW MOUNT
1
421-276
PLAIN END HOUSING ASSEMBLY
49
1
2233602
LOCK BAR- REAR ZINC
1
9421-284
PLAIN END HOUSING ASSEMBLY 4.0 US2
50
1
2152700
SPRING-LOCKBAR CAD.PLT
7
8
1
140-010
BALL BEARING
51
1
2262703
SPRING STOP
9
1
990-045
THRUST SPACER
52
1
2153602
EYE SHAFT-2LOCKBAR STD-PLTD
10
2
992-010
SPRING WASHER
54
1
2260506
HINGE-PIN HEADLESS ZINC
11
2
186-094
BRUSH
55
1
2293811
YOKE,MAX MNT-POLYPROPYLENE
12B
1
640-013
BRUSH LEAD BLK 10 AWG 51-1/2
n
1
2772085
TUBE W/BEARING RACE ASSEMBLY 42”
12R
1
640-117
BRUSH LEAD RED 10 AWG 53
57
1
2272085
TUBE -OUTER 21” 4 HOLES
12G
1
640-315
GROUND WIRE 42” (US MOTORS ONLY)
58
1
2266260
BEARING RACE-(565T)
12F
1
2218200
FUSE HOLDER (US MOTORS ONLY)
n
1
2991762
BOWGUARD ASSEMBLY-FT CTRL,MAX
13
1
738-004
BRUSH PLATE 4”
61
1
2772319
BRACKET BASE TOP/EYELETASSEMBLY
14
2
975-041
SPRING- TORSION
62
1
2991771
BRKT BOTTOM/BEARING FW ASSEMBLY
17
2
701-043
O-RING
63
1
2262315
EYELET KIT -ROPE
18
2
701-009
O-RING —THRU BOLT
64
1
2263423
SCREW 5/16-18 X 1” SHCS ZINC
n
1
2889460
SEAL & ORING KIT
65
2
2263425
SCREW 5/15-18 X 2-1/2” SHCS
19
2
830-027
SCREW -SELF THREAD 10-32X2
66
1
2071541
SPRING-SLEEVE UPPER
20
2
830-094
THRU BOLT 12-24X10.31
67
1
2071535
SPRING SLEEVE, LOWER
21
2
973-025
SPACER- BRUSH PLATE
68
1
2262712
SPRING, BOWGUARD, NIK PL
22
1
990-051
WASHER- STEEL
71
1
2262605
PIN- THREADED
23
1
990-052
WASHER- NYLATRON
72
2
2223100
NUT- NYLOC
24
1
2316216
MOTOR ASSEMBLY 24V 4” VARS
73
2
9908236
WASHER
1
2326220
MOTOR ASSEMBLY 24V 4” VARS- SONAR
n
1
2994832
BAG ASSEMBLY
25
1
2032003
TUBE COMP W/4 HOLE 42”
*76
6
2261505
SPACER, MOTOR REST
n
1
1378132
PROPELLER KIT
*77
2
2263434
SCREW, 8-18 X 1 PPH SS
26
1
2331160
PROPELLER W.WEDGE 2
78
1
2266000
BEARING, BALL-STEEL
27
1
2091701
WASHER-PROP LARGE
78A
1
2266116
BEARING, CARTRIDGE
28
1
2093101
NUT-PROP NYLOCK SS
79
1
2266001
BEARING, SPLIT RING
29
1
2262658
PIN-DRIVE SS
80
1
2771617
COLLAR HALF-ZINC-2 PER- KIT
n
1
2991840
MOUNT,BOW ASSY, FW STD, W/O BGRD
81
2
2263452
SCREW-1/4-20 X 3/4 SHCS SS
36
1
2264241
ARM UPPER-FW STD
82
1
2280201
CONTROL BOX COVER
SCREW-8-18 X 5/8 THD
37
4
2293501
BUSHING, STAINLESS STEEL
83
4
2372100
38
2
2263500
BOLT, SHOULDER MAXXUM
84
1
2275605
DECAL COVER, MAXXUM 80
39
1
2774315
ARM-LOWER ASSEMBLY,STD,FW,EXT
85
1
2990140
DIRECTIONAL INDICATOR
40
1
2263912
MOTOR REST STD MAXXUM
86
1
2282730
SPRING-INDICATOR
PARTS LIST
MAXXUM 80
80 LBS THRUST - 24 VOLT - 42” SHAFT
PART
NUMBER
QTY
PART
NUMBER
137
1
2263463
SCREW-1/4-20 X 2 STL PPH
138
1
2261233
LEADWIRE VARIABLE
139
2
2020700
TERMINAL RING, 3/8
141
1
2256300
TIE WRAP-5.5 BLACK
PULLEY-CABLE DRUM
142
2
2263201
CLAMP WIRE HARNESS MICRO
SCREW-6-20 X 3/8 THD SS
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
QTY
87
3
2053414
SCREW-#8-32 X 1/2 TRI-LOBE
88
1
2267800
GEAR-INDICATOR
90
1
2372100
SCREW-8-18 X 5/8 SS
91
3
2355410
SHRINK TUBE-3/8 OD X 2
92
1
2232360
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
93
1
2261730
WASHER-NYLON
143
1
2332103
95
1
2996247
PINION/RACE ASSEMBLY
147
1
2254031
SWITCH-MOM/OFF/COM
96
4
2223468
SCREW-8-32 X 7/16 ZN PL
148
1
2266412
SWITCH PLATE, PT PEDAL
97
1
2262607
PIN- CLEVIS ZN
149
2
2332103
SCREW-6-20 X 3/8 THD SS
98
1
2260805
SPRING CLIP ZN
150
2
2256301
TIE WRAP-5.5 WHITE
BOTTOM PLATE, MAXXUM PT
99
1
2071560
COLLAR, TUBE
151
1
2264511
101
1
2150400
PULL-GRIP
152
5
9953104
SCREW-8 X 1/2 PPH SS
102
1
2151700
WASHER-EYE SHAFT .562 OD
153
4
2263455
SCREW #12
103
1
2994496
FOOT PEDAL/PLUG ASSEMBLY
154
4
2265126
BUMPER
104
1
2993705
PUSH-BUTTON MAGNET ASSEMBLY
155
1
2266610
DECAL-ON/OFF SWITCH
105
1
2302732
SPRING-LOWER PEDAL SS
156
1
2282500
CONTROL BOX
107
1
2260810
CLIP, REED SWITCH
157
2
2267800
GEAR-INDICATOR
109
1
2280115
KNOB-SPEED CONTROL VAR
158
1
2262221
INDICATOR-DRIVE
110
1
2263000
E-RING TRU-ARC#5133-43
159
1
2261905
BRACKET/INDICATOR
*111
1
2266413
PLATE -TENSION SCREW FTPED.
160
1
2301310
SCREW-8-18 X 1/2 SS
113
1
2260511
PIN-PIVOT A/T PT PDL
161
1
2264015
LIGHT/INDICATOR
114
1
2774550
FT PEDAL BASE/PIN ASSEMBLY
n
1
2994830
BAG ASSEMBLY-MAXXUM
115
1
2262301
PULLEY- FOOT PEDAL
*162
6
2263431
SCREW 1/4-20 X 3.5 PPH
116
4
2223430
SCREW- 8X3/4 PPH TYPE 25 SS
*163
6
2261713
WASHER-1/4 FLAT S/S
*164
6
2263103
NUT-1/4-20 NYLOCK-JAM
n
1
2991550
CLAMP COLLAR ASSEMBLY
117
1
2266400
COVER-PULLEY STAMPING
118
2
2301310
SCREW-8-18 X 1/2 SS
119
1
2264056
CONTROL BOARD ASSY 24-36V MAX
165
1
2071550
CLAMP COLLAR “A”
121
1
2365107
INSULATING PAD 2.3 X 3.2
166
1
2071555
CLAMP COLLAR “B”
124
2
2223455
SCREW, 10-32 X 1/2
167
1
2072621
PIN-KNURLED
125
1
2211410
EXTENSION CABLE US2
168
1
2281505
KNOB-CLAMP COLLAR
126
1
2261220
WIRE HARNESS AT & MAX 82.5
170
1
2071718
WASHER #10 NYLON RETAINING
127
1
2267505
CABLE ASSEMBLY-RIGHT 5’
172
1
2073102
NUT - HEX 1/4 - 28 SS
128
1
2267515
CABLE ASSEMBLY-LEFT 5’
200
1
2075120
URETHANE PAD
INSERT - THREADED
129
1
2265430
CABLE JACKET 5’
205
1
2261540
130
1
2265110
BOOT-CONTROL BOX
210
2
2335400
SHRINK TUBE-1/2” OD X 2”
131
1
2265115
BOOT-FOOT PEDAL BASE
215
1
2375400
SHRINK TUBE-1/4” OD X 1 3/4”
132
2
2372100
SCREW-8-18 X 5/8 THD SS
133
2
2261714
WASHER-MAXXUM PT PDL
134
1
2261901
BRACKET-CONDUIT AT/MAX
135
1
2263210
BRACKET-CONDUIT ADJUSTMENT
136
1
2263401
NYLOCK KEEPER
n THIS ITEM IS PART OF AN ASSEMBLY.
*THIS ITEM IS PART OF A KIT AND ONLY LISTED FOR VIEWING PURPOSES.
COMPLIANCE STATEMENTS
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
It is the intention of JOME to be a responsible corporate citizen, operating in compliance with known and applicable
environmental regulations, and a good neighbor in the communities where we make or sell our products.
WEEE DIRECTIVE:
EU Directive 2002/96/EC “Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE)” impacts most distributors, sellers,
and manufacturers of consumer electronics in the European Union. The WEEE Directive requires the producer of consumer
electronics to take responsibility for the management of waste from their products to achieve environmentally responsible
disposal during the product life cycle.
WEEE compliance may not be required in your location for electrical & electronic equipment (EEE), nor may it be required
for EEE designed and intended as fixed or temporary installation in transportation vehicles such as
automobiles, aircraft, and boats. In some European Union member states, these vehicles are considered
outside of the scope of the Directive, and EEE for those applications can be considered excluded from the
WEEE Directive requirement.
This symbol (WEEE wheelie bin) on product indicates the product must not be disposed of with other
household refuse. It must be disposed of and collected for recycling and recovery of waste EEE. Johnson
Outdoors Inc. will mark all EEE products in accordance with the WEEE Directive. It is our goal to comply
in the collection, treatment, recovery, and environmentally sound disposal of those products; however, these requirement do
vary within European Union member states. For more information about where you should dispose of your waste equipment for
recycling and recovery and/or your European Union member state requirements, please contact your dealer or distributor from
which your product was purchased.
DISPOSAL:
Minn Kota motors are not subject to the disposal regulations EAG-VO (electric devices directive) that implements the WEEE
directive. Nevertheless never dispose of your Minn Kota motor in a garbage bin but at the proper place of collection of your local
town council.
Never dispose of battery in a garbage bin. Comply with the disposal directions of the manufacturer or his representative and
dispose of them at the proper place of collection of your local town council.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects
or other reproductive harm.
RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES
ON-BOARD & PORTABLE BATTERY CHARGERS
Stop buying new batteries and start taking care of the ones you’ve got. Many chargers can actually damage your battery
over time – creating shorter run times and shorter overall life. Digitally controlled Minn Kota chargers are designed to provide the
fastest charge that protect and extend battery life.
MK345PC
MK210D
MK110P
TALON SHALLOW WATER ANCHOR
Talon deploys faster, holds stronger and runs quieter than any other shallow water anchor. Available in depths up to 12’ and bold color
options including camo, it boasts an arsenal of features and innovations that no other anchor can touch:
• Vertical, Multi-Stage Deployment
• Triple Debris Shields
• User-Selectable Anchoring Modes • Built-In Wave Absorption
• 2x Anchoring Force
• Noise Dissipation
• Fast Deploy
• Versatile Adjustments
• Auto Up/Down
MINN KOTA ACCESSORIES
We offer a wide variety of trolling motor accessories, including:
• 60-Amp Circuit Breaker
• Battery Connectors
• Mounting Brackets
• Battery Boxes
• Stabilizer Kits
• Quick Connect Plugs
• Extension Handles
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