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Remote Troll on 2040-parts.com

US $175.00
Location:

Grand Junction, Colorado, United States

Grand Junction, Colorado, United States
Wood should be replaced or conditioned. Not sure if electric motor works. Comes with remote wiring. Paint is coming off in spots.
Brand:Remote Troll Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Used Remote Troll that came off a boat I had.  I took off before ever using, so I am not sure if unit works.

The electric motor that operates unit is still available from manufacturer for 165.00. The paint is coming off in various spots leaving bare aluminum visible.

This item is being sold as-is with no warranty or other commitment. If you buy, be aware that it will most likely need some work to make work perfectly.

Thanks for looking,


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