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Minn Kota 55# Thrust Trolling Motor on 2040-parts.com

US $195.00
Location:

Milaca, Minnesota, United States

Milaca, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Minn Kota Manufacturer Part Number:s/n: WWAG2280310 Engine(HP):55 lbs. Thrust

This is a new, unused Minn Kota 55# thrust Vector Series electric trolling motor (s/n: WWAG2280310).  Originally purchased in 2006, the motor has been taken out of the box (original box missing), but has never been in water.  This is comparable to the Endura Max series now offered by Minn Kota.  It has a transom mount.

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