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Roscommon, Michigan, United States

Roscommon, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Brand:MotorGuide Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Engine(HP):109CDS Manufacturer Part Number:9-CX53KQAX

Looking for the perfect gift for your angler? How about a rarely used MotorGuide 36-volt electric trolling motor? This is a model--at least on the warranty card 9-CX53KQAX. However the accompanying instruction book says it is a 109 C DS, or a 109 V. Since it is a "digital" model, I'm going to assume it is the more expensive, "digital steering" model. And, the motor was mounted on my 2009 Lund, and was new in 2009. More photos are available. 36-volt means it is for use with three 12volt batteries. Comes with attached foot steering and power pedal for either always on, instant on, or off positions. All you need to do is attach a plug, set up the system, and fish. It has a 56-inch shaft. I had it on the bow of my Lund, and just purchased a new electric for it, so would like someone else to enjoy the ease of fishing with a quiet electric that can pull you through the water with ease. I do not know the pounds of thrust, but I'm assuming it is 109 lbs. This motor came attached to the boat when I purchased it. It comes with the mount and all hardware to attach. New, I believe this motor was close to $1,500, or more. Since it is heavy, I'd prefer not to ship, or, we can split that but I can also deliver in the metro Detroit or N. Michigan area. Note: shipping below apparently says it'll cost $2.60. It'll be a bit more than that...just a bit! ;). And, for emphasis, I will repeat: I will NOT ship this item for $2. If you want shipping, we can work on that. I've dropped the price on this three times now. I believe it is at rock-bottom for a very good, working, bow troller. The only mars are on the motor housing from the fish-finder transducer mount that was there. It will remain at this price.

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