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Universial Fit Telescopic Boat Trolling Motor Handle Extension 17-25" Motorguide on

US $21.99

Carthage, North Carolina, United States

Carthage, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:MotorGuide Manufacturer Part Number:MGA503A1 UPC:089287102782


The MotorGuide MGA503A1 is a Telescoping extention handle for trolling motors and kicker engines connects into place to fit most transom-mount trolling motors and popular tiller engines. The MotorGuide extension handles are built out of aluminum tubing with soft-grip handles and adjustable connector for a solid connection. Adjustable opening is designed for handles 1 3/4" through 1 5/8" in diameter size.

MGA503A1 Features:

  • Telescoping Extention Handle
  • Length : 17" through 25"
  • Connects to Transom-Mount Trolling Motors & Tiller Engines
  • Extends Controls for Better Speed & Motor Control

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