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Minn Kota Powerdrive V2 Foot Control Pedal 2774725 Is Now 2994726 New on

US $55.00

Mesa, Arizona, United States

Mesa, Arizona, United States
Condition:New Brand:Minn Kota Country of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:2994726


PowerDrive V2/Riptide SP Foot Pedal

Part # 2774725 is now 2994726

This Item Is New!

Corded: With an 18' cable and waterproof connector plug, this pedal delivers side-to-side steering control, and includes a momentary/constant on switch and a speed control knob for precise adjustments.

Plug-n-play with PowerDrive V2 or RipTideSP motors and compatible with CoPilot.

This pedal is like new, it has seen very little use. Does not come in a box/manufacturer's packaging.

If you are not sure if it will fit your motor, contact seller or visit minnkotamotors website.

This foot controller does not work with Legacy or Terrova Motors

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