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Minn Kota Em54 Engine Mounted 54lb Thrust 24v Trolling Motor New! on 2040-parts.com

US $450.00
Location:

Sweet Home, Oregon, United States

Sweet Home, Oregon, United States
New without box. Never installed.
manufacturer:Minn Kota Manufacturer Part Number:EM54 Brand:Minn Kota

This trolling motor was purchased, removed from the original box and then stored indoors until now. Unit has been tested, and works perfectly. Mounting hardware is still sealed. User manual is a reprint of a newer model but appears to be the same. Absolutely immaculate condition.

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