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The Lecky Leg Electric Trolling Motor Accessory

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Important

We will need a measurement of the shaft to deck or gunwale ensuring that the slack is taken up by putting upwards pressure on the shaft.

Measurement is taken at the head of the trolling motor where the shaft enters the head and from the bottom of the shaft.

If you are unsure or have any concerns about measurements, feel free to contact us for assistance.

The Lecky Leg provides stable support for electric trolling motors while travelling either on the water or while your boat is being transported by road on the trailer.

Unlike other stabilizing support brackets the Lecky Leg does not require a fixed mount on the deck, meaning no trip hazards or unsightly unwanted mounting brackets, leaving the deck clear for fishing. The support bracket can be easily folded while not in use parallel to the motor shaft .

  • Anti-shock protection

  • No trip hazards on deck

  • Easily Foldable

The custom made, perfect fit, Lecky Leg can be placed exactly where it is needed for optimum stability and support. Being made from high quality marine plastics and marine grade stainless steel fittings our motor support bracket will not sun fade and will continue to provide excellent value and protection for your motor for many years.

We will need a measurement of the shaft to deck or gunwale ensuring that the slack is taken up by putting upwards pressure on the shaft.

Measurement is taken at the head of the trolling motor where the shaft enters the head and from the bottom of the shaft.