55 Lb Thrust Terrova The Auto Pilot Systen With Cap With Us2 on 2040-parts.com
Akron, Ohio, US
Up for auction is the electrical tested all good component for the Auto Pilot which mounts in the head of the Minn Kota Terrova Trolling Motor
I upgraded my 12 Volt 55 lb thrust Terrova to the I Pilot systen and do not need this component
You will also need the foot control for the Auto Pilot to complete the system
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