Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length
muskyhunter34
Posted 12/2/2023 9:52 AM (#1024962)
Subject: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




Posts: 290


Location: New Jersey
Getting mixed opinions.

For those running the Ultrex on an Impact, 52 or 60?

I know you can always move higher so longer is the safest bet. But, I don’t like the trolling motor up in my way when fishing.

Thoughts?

Thanks and sticky hooks,

Rob
Muskie815
Posted 12/3/2023 7:44 AM (#1024984 - in reply to #1024962)
Subject: RE: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




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I have a 60 in my 1875. Like that. Wouldn’t want shorter
pklingen
Posted 12/3/2023 5:52 PM (#1025001 - in reply to #1024962)
Subject: Re: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




Posts: 858


Location: NE Ohio
^^^^^^ yep! got 1875 also.

Edited by pklingen 12/3/2023 5:53 PM
sworrall
Posted 12/4/2023 10:17 AM (#1025014 - in reply to #1024962)
Subject: Re: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length





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Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
60" on that boat for sure.
NPike
Posted 12/5/2023 7:13 PM (#1025044 - in reply to #1025014)
Subject: Re: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




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60" on mine y want the prop to run just below the bottom of the BOW and then a few iinches.
NPike
Posted 12/7/2023 11:10 AM (#1025081 - in reply to #1025044)
Subject: Re: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




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I got Lund Fury, use 60" hits the right depth

Edited by NPike 12/7/2023 11:15 AM
North of 8
Posted 12/7/2023 1:55 PM (#1025085 - in reply to #1025081)
Subject: Re: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




I have an older 18' Lund Pro V with 60" Ulterra. I asked the manager at Northland Marine what size he recommended. Figure they are the biggest dealer in the Northwoods, let him decide.
muskyhunter34
Posted 12/10/2023 7:46 AM (#1025111 - in reply to #1025085)
Subject: Re: Lund Impact 1775 Ultrex Shaft length




Posts: 290


Location: New Jersey
Thx all- appreciated

Rob