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Prowler 30 T30/30 12v 30lb 30" Transom Mount Trolling Motor!! on 2040-parts.com

US $33.50
Location:

Springfield, Missouri, US

Springfield, Missouri, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No

This is a lightly used in the box Prowler 30 Transom Mount 12 Volt Hand Control Trolling Motor with 30lb Thrust, and a 30" Shaft!

PLEASE ALWAYS READ BELOW IN PINK FOR EXACT CONDITION ETC. OF ALL OF OUR TROLLING MOTORS! WE JUST ALWAYS WANT YOU TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE BIDDING ON TO ENSURE 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION. Thanks! b.a.s.s.boy <*(((><

  • 30 lbs. of thrust
  • 30'' stainless steel shaft
  • 2-blade prop
  • 5 forward, 3 reverse speeds
  • LED Battery strength meter
  • 360 degree steering facility
  • Multi-adjustable depth feature
  • Extendable handle
  • Quick tilt device
  • 12 volt


This is a lightly used trolling motor in the box ready to go! Auction includes: Motor, Mount and Prop! No owner's manual. 

WE WILL ONLY SHIP THIS TO THE LOWER 48 US STATES ONLY.

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