gatortail mud motors

Discussion in 'Mud Motors' started by duckme, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. duckme

    duckme Elite Refuge Member

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    any thoughts.
     
  2. jmwaterfowler

    jmwaterfowler Senior Refuge Member

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  3. Mallardmisser

    Mallardmisser Elite Refuge Member

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    Try m-u-d-m-o-t-o-r-t-a-l-k.c-o-m

    plenty of discussion/cheerleading over there.

    They do seem to have a taller profile and from what I hear more torque steer.

    But then I drive a PD, so my opinion is jaded.

    $0.02
     
  4. Snots

    Snots New Member

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    One thought, they run in shallow water.
     
  5. beachbummer

    beachbummer Elite Refuge Member

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    they are fun to drive PD GT and MB I got a PD but have driven the other motors all are fun to run
     
  6. deadbird8

    deadbird8 Elite Refuge Member

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    They all work, pluses and minuses with all of them. Test drive as many as you can and decide. Its a Ford/Chevy debate.

    You can check both the MB forum and one posted above to get more information, take everything you read with a grain of salt.

    I run a MB and am very pleased.
     
  7. RonE

    RonE Refuge Member

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    Where are you going to run a mud motor/boat around Modesto? :scratch
     
  8. CenCalDucker

    CenCalDucker Elite Refuge Member

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    Plenty of places.
     
  9. dukluky1

    dukluky1 Senior Refuge Member

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    I'm very happy with mine. The reverse is great for picking up decoys.
     
  10. Favaloro

    Favaloro Elite Refuge Member

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    I have a pd if u want a test run
     

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