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the rough guide to austria
the rough guide to austria
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the rough guide to austriaThrust, measured in pounds (lbs) is the standard measure of how powerful a motor is. The larger and heavier your boat, the more thrust you'll need to achieve satisfactory results on the water. If there's one thing you want to avoid, it's purchasing a trolling motor with too little thrust. Adequate thrust level is of particular importance if you purchase a trolling motor with GPS functionality like Minn Kota's i-Pilot.Motors with higher voltages have more thrust. Your boat will be sluggish, unable to keep a fixed position (aka Spot Lock) for casting or hover over that great structure! A beginning rule of thumb is that you want a minimum of 2 lbs of thrust for every 100lbs. When calculating boat weight, make sure you calculate the heaviest potential weight which includes a boat fully loaded with gear, fuel and the maximum number of passengers. When turning, a Deep V hull will have more drag than a flats boat or a Jon Boat. As a result, a trolling motor will have to work a bit harder on some hull types than others. Due to the shallow draft and low drag, a 10 year old can push your pontoon boat away from the dock.gulp. However, when on the water in a breeze, a pontoon can be very tough to keep in a fixed position which is why you need the adequate thrust. Within reason, you cannot have too much thrust but you can definitely have too little! The easiest way to find out is to look up your boat in the NADA boat directory, which lists boat weights for thousands of boats and is organized by manufacturer, model and length. Keep in mind that the listed weights on NADA are the dry weight of the boat and not the max weight. If you usually fish or cruise on smooth lakes with no current, you should be able to stick to the listed minimum thrust without problems. However, if you spend most of your time in very fast moving water, significant current or waves, you'll definitely want to move up a level in thrust to ensure ample power in all conditions.http://puisan.ru/uploads/design-manual-for-engineering-analysis-of-fluvial-systems.xml
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