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Intex Trolling Motor For Intex Inflatable Boats 36" Shaft on 2040-parts.com

US $139.00
Location:

Logan, Utah, United States

Logan, Utah, United States
very good
MPN:NA UPC:NA Brand:Intex

Used twice this summer. A good battery will last about 2 to 3 hours on a full charge.
Product Features
Designed for Intex boats, includes Challenger 3, Seahawk 2, 3, 4, Excursion 3, 4, 5 and Mariner 3 and 4. Compatible with most inflatable boats that have built-in motor mount fittings.
Control panel: Battery meter, automatic escape weed control key, dry operation protect, overload protect controls.
Adjustable handle: Handle tilts upward: 45, 30, 15, 0 degrees . Handle tilts downward: 0 - 75 degrees. Handles extends 6 inches (15cm). Handle speed control: Forward: 5 speeds, OFF, Reverse: 3 speeds.
Maximum Power (W): 420W. Voltage: 12V DC. Thrust: 40 lbs/180N. Shaft length in inches: 36 (91.40cm). Suitable for: Freshwater and saltwater.
Requires (not included): A deep cycle marine 12 volt battery with at least 60 ampere hours rating.
The Intex Trolling Motor is the perfect addition to an Intex boat, and is able to fit most Intex boat models, including: the Challenger 3; the Seahawk 2, 3, 4; the Excursion 3, 4, 5 and the Mariner 3 and 4 boats. This extremely quiet motor has a digital maximizer control module and water cooling system that supply only the necessary power this motor needs in order to go the desired speed making the motor more efficient and providing longer running times. The boater will be able to, more effectively, control the boat speed in changing environments as well. The motor's "Soft Start" function helps to increase the motor's life through limiting how fast the motor can go from "OFF" to "ON." Suitable for freshwater and saltwater adventures, the tilt⁄extend tiller makes handling a breeze and the weed escape mode helps the motor get out of weed tangles.
The Intex Trolling Motor is compatible with most inflatable boats that have built-in motor mount fittings. Includes: A control panel with the following controls: Battery meter, automatic escape weed control key, dry operation protect, overload protect. Adjustable handle: Handle tilts upward: 45, 30, 15, 0 degrees . Handle tilts downward: 0 - 75 degrees. Handles extends 6 inches (15cm). Handle speed control: Forward: 5 speeds, OFF, Reverse: 3 speeds. Permanent magnet motor: Digital maximizer control module. Water cooling system. Adjustable mounting bracket: Clamp Screws, Tilt Lock lever, Quick release depth collar and lever arm, Steering tension knob.
Maximum Power (W): 420W. Voltage: 12V DC. Thrust: 40 lbs/180N. Shaft length in inches: 36 (91.40cm). Suitable for: Freshwater and saltwater. Requires (not included): A deep cycle marine 12 volt battery with at least 60 ampere hours rating.

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