Johnson Trolling Motor Omc Breakaway (334290) Bow Mount Assembly on 2040-parts.com
Lake Orion, Michigan, US
Included in this auction are the two parts in photos 1 and 2 that were photographed separately. I believe this is a complete bow mount assembly for a trolling motor. The part number on the assembly is 334290. I do not see a part number on the bracket. There are some small holes on the bracket (see photo) and the bracket was a little dinged up and was pounded out to make it smooth again (see photos).
The distance between the two wheels (pulleys) is 23 inches on center.
The assembly looks to be in very good condition. As described above, the bracket was damaged but pounded into good shape to make it usable again.
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