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stam34

2004 Yamaha 40hp 4 stroke tiller $ 3700.00

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stam34

This motor is in mint condition the only reason I'm selling it is because I'm going to buy a Yamaha jet drive. if you have anymore questions call my cell 515-320-3595

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311Hemi

Whats the warranty, if any remaining?

E. start?

tilt/trim?

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stam34

I don't think there is any warranty left but this motor runs great you can hardly here it idle its so smooth. it is electric start and it doesn't have trim but it has a shock mounted in there and it only takes one finger to raise motor. I hope this will help thanks Stam34

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stam34

Priced reduced to 2900.00

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basslkjohn

what is the shaft length for that motor? Thanks.

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stam34

long shaft sorry i didn't get back to you sooner i was gone . thanks Stam34

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ivegottabite

Is this still available? I am very interested.... motorhead327@hotmail.com

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    • AlwaysFishing23
      I’ve had the same issue with keeping them alive. Dead bait works way way better than live bait anyway. Defiently going to give that a try wanderer!
    • Wanderer
      I’ve saved dead/dying suckers before.  Pull them as soon as you can and freeze em.  I’ve sprinkled them with salt before bagging and freezing.  Fish them on the bottom. There was a time I targeted big pike with big minnows and would actually kill a minnow before sinking it to the bottom with one of my lines. As with everything, it’ll work better some places at some times, not as much as a live minnow other times.  Later season when pike cruise just below the ice scooping up the dead loss of the winter, suspending your dead sucker a foot below the ice can be your big fish ticket.
    • Mike89
      welcome to the site!!!
    • ANYFISH2
      Love watching the NFL, WWF/WWE not so much! How bout them Vikes!  I hope thing go well thia weekend.
    • ANYFISH2
      Eyeguy, I am jealous.  That is still more fishin' than i have done thia winter. At least we know of a hotspot to try!
    • littlebear
      If you really want to challenge yourself, make the "hook" mostly barbless, which is what one of my kids somehow managed to do. Just aim for the toothiest area.....
    • monstermoose78
      They work
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      They are taking trucks in both
    • Zachery Barnhart
      What lake? I'm in Moundsview so I like hearing about visibility nearby.  Struggling to find clear water this year. Poor visibility on Forest, Clear, Centerville so far. WBL has good visibility. But I hate spearing on muskie lakes. Plus, WBL doesn't have big pike per surveys. 
    • carfoutdoors
      The only tying groups I know are here in the Twin Cities, and there are quite a few that gather during the winter months.  I'm not sure of any in the SW near you.
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