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Motorguide Tr82 Fb Digital 45" 24v 21mt on 2040-parts.com

US $1,000.00
Location:

Eustis, Florida, United States

Eustis, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:MotorGuide Manufacturer Part Number:9BT42GAAF

Brand NEW Still in box! This is what you are getting:

Tour Series Bow Mount Foot Control 

Foot Control. Digital Guardian is a self-contained, sealed module in the lower unit controlling speed and monitoring vital components together in one protected location. Eliminates the sonar interference associated with analog boards. Two-cable, pull-pull steering. Digital control and variable speed for extended battery life. Soft start feature. Raised, lighted directional indicator. Gator spring mount with spring return breakaway. Weedless 3-blade Machete prop. Two-Year Limited Warranty. 

Attributes: 
Thrust = 82 lbs. 
Mount = Gator Breakaway 
Model = TR82FB 
Shaft = 45" SS 
Volts = 24 
Speeds = Variable

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