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Motorguide Bow Mount Trolling Motor on

US $50.00

Tinley Park, Illinois, United States

Tinley Park, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Brand:MotorGuide Manufacturer Part Number:Quik Stick 320

     Used MotorGuide Quik Stick 320 Bow Mount Trolling Motor 12v 37Lbs. Thrust.
This is a bow mount hand operated motor in good condition. It has signs of normal wear but operates fine.This is a really reliable motor and a good deal if you are able to make a local pick up. The only reason I am selling this motor is because I upgraded to a foot control motor on my boat. If you are in interested in a local pickup make me an offer. I will include an extra prop that is not shown in the photos.
This is local pickup only.

                              Local Pick Up only!

Please do not ask me to ship and contact me for pick up details before you pay.  

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