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Motorguide Trolling Motor - Older - SOLD

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Perfect for a jonboat or other small-water craft.

This is a small, foot controlled, motorguide trolling motor. 34lbs thrust, 12V, pulled my 14ft river-boat w/ 25HP motor great. It's the older style with the white head and directional arrow. Works great, no problems, long shaft.

I broke the prop and had another trolling motor sitting around, so I just installed the other. All it needs is a new motorguide prop, available almost anywhere. Due to the missing prop I'm asking much less $$$.

$50 obo

Email me at joel@fishingminnesota.com

Joel

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Joel you have mail. wink.gif

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TTT - Had two deals fall through on me.

Joel

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I doubt it, but I might be interested. smirk.gif

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Are you anywhere near LaCrosse WI?

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TTT

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do you have any pics? i am in the eau claire wi area, are you going to be around this area anytime soon? if so i will take it. email me at Me4labonte@lycos.com.

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Mail sent.

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I still have some interest, where exactly are you located?

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Email sent.

I currently have two takers if willing to deliver to WI or further outstate. I'd rather deliver it locally however and save on gas. Any more interest?

Joel

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Motor spoken-for pending sale.

Joel

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If the deal falls through I'll take it. I live in Duluth but am in the cities often enough and could meet up at your convenience.

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I picked it up friday. Thanks Joel. cool.gif

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