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SOLD !!! Motorguide wireless bow mount trolling motor, new 45lbs 12v SOLD !!!!

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I have a brand new never installed or used Motorguide wireless trolling motor W45 bow mount.

It's a 45lbs thrust, 12 volts, and 54" shaft. It's missing the wireless pedal control.

Check Motorguide web site for full specs

$ 225.00 or best offers

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Valv,

Let me know if you can't sell it. I use the same models on a few of my rental boats. Have one spare already so I really don't need a second but would take it off your hands if the price is right. shamrock7@frontiernet.net

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What's your offer ?

I don't actually need to have it taken off my hands, I can wait until spring.

I was going to give somebody a good deal during low season.

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I'm very interested, I just have to do a little research. and maybe make a phone call to make a measurement or two. Motorguide website was not working for me today. I would like to put a bow mount on the boat, but don't have a ton of cash for a new one.

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SOLD !!!! Thank you UMDSportsman !!

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Thank you Valv- I have been wanting one for the boat the last couple years, just didn't want to spend the money. It was a good deal, and i actually got the ok from the other half, wish that would happen more often. Already picked up a coulple things off ebay for it, cant wait for next summer to put it on and use it.

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We still have over a month of open water. There's still time.

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Kinda hard when i am in Duluth, the boat is in Foley, and i spend all the time i can in the woods. Wish i had a spot to keep the boat in duluth, then i would.

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