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    Lightbulb Trolling motor extension handle

    Here's an inexpensive, easy to install transom mount trolling motor extension handle. A plastic golf club tube will fit snugly over most tiller handles. You may have to do a little adjusting or tapping to get a tight fit. A lot less expensive than the factory's extension handle!
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    good one!!
    Most of my lures catch more fishermen than fish !!!

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    Make sure that you can also easily slip it off when you don't need it.

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    Carter Pin ????
    Most of my lures catch more fishermen than fish !!!

    Fishing is God's way of saying he loves us!

    Wishing I was Fishing

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    Maybe put a slit in the tube and use a hose clamp to tighten it around the handle? That would make it easy to put on and take off.
    As much as I like to fish I can never fish as much as I'd like.

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    Excellent idea. I have a piece of PVC with some gripper tape down about 8". Yankee ingenuity... works for me!
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