Cisco Replacement High-Speed Downrigger Motor

Item No.: 156837

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Product Details

Cisco items shipping from the manufacturer may take up to 6+ weeks to ship due to high order volume.

The Cisco Replacement High-Speed Downrigger Motor operates on powerful 12-volts and has the strength and a powerful torque to retrieve heavy downrigger weights up 20 pounds. For added protection, this motor has a weatherproof heat-shrunken boot around the exterior and utilizes a GE silicone sealant to provide long term sustainability. The Cisco Replacement High-Speed Downrigger Motor has the strength and power to get the job in many fishing situations.

  • Model: DRMOT
  • 12 volt motor with a 7/16 in. stainless steel output shaft
  • Rotates at 110 - 115 RPM
  • Electric controls come with a 10 amp resettable breaker
  • Includes a weatherproof heat-shrunk boot around the exterior

The Cisco Replacement High-Speed Downrigger Motor is made in the U.S.A.

Ratings & Reviews

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Great replacement and great price compared to Big Jon.


The motor came with no instructions. The original 8 amp fuse needs to be replaced with a 10 amp fuse per specs from Cisco. 8 Amp tripped with retrieval of 12 # ball. The locking collar is not as wide as the original spacer so had to ream out counter holes and move away 1/8". The new motor comes with a rubber gasket that nicely seals the electrical components. However you must reuse the existing internal dust cover. All internal electrical connections are soldered joints thus require soldering the new wires. The motor is well sealed and has heat shrink wrap on power leads where they enter the control head. The new motor sounded much stronger and the retrieval rate certainly looked faster but didn't measure. Overall installation was not difficult. 5 stars had they supplied instructions

Good for bigjon replacement motor


good motor to use for a Bigjon captains pack replacement motor. I replaced a 1994 motor. Replaced the circuit breaker with a 12 amp from an electrical supply store and moved the line counter. Both things would have to be done for that year model even using a bigjon motor