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Motorguide Gator Big Water Trolling Motor Bracket on 2040-parts.com

US $175.00
Location:

Kansasville, Wisconsin, United States

Kansasville, Wisconsin, United States
In good used condition.
Brand:MotorGuide Motor & Engine Type:Trolling Motors & Components Manufacturer Part Number:Big Water

One Motor Guide Gator Big Water bow mount trolling motor bracket. Will handle a 50, 54 or 60 inch motor. As shown in the last two pictures a propeller nut and wrench are included. Also shown inside the wrench are two shear pins. These are handy parts to have when out on the water making for a fast repair.  Bracket does have some marks as this is a used mount. Opens and closes like it should.

Item is as shown in picture, sold as is. Watch my other listings for more Outboard motor and parts,trolling motors parts and Boating items both new, used and vintage items. Shipping cost applies to the lower 48 states. Please ask questions thru ebay before bidding and good luck.  (loc Back 33)

 

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