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48lb 24 volt?

I have a 55# and mine is only a 12 volt system. I didnt know they made a 48lb 24 volt auto. Learn something new every day I guess.

If yours was 55# I would do it in a heart beat. Im looking for a bigger 24 volt system myself.

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Northlander,

I just checked and it is 48 lb thrust. It is a Minnkota powerdrive/auto pilot model 824. Was purchased new 10 years ago. It is in great condition and everything works good. It stays on the boat that is kept in my garage. It is on my 1775 lund pro-v. 54 inch shaft If you are interested, what model motor do you have and what is the shaft length.

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I have a 12 volt autopilot I'd trade you for the 24 volt. Its in nice condition. It is a model 812 42 lb thrust. It works fine on my 17' alumacraft.

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how old is the motor and what is the shaft length?

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Guys we cant be trading stuff in here. There is another forum for that.

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