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Minnkota Power Drive 65

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New this year on a new boat.

Minnkota Bow Mount Power Drive

65 lbs thrust

24 volt system

54" shaft

Foot pad with 18' cable

Selling because I upgraded to a to a trolling motor with universal sonar. Great motor for 17-18 foot size boats.

$425.00

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Does this have auto pilot?

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wish I had the money, that is what I am looking for, maybe I will hit the gopher 5

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Iffwalleyes you have mail.

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Back At you northlander.

To answer your question No it is not an auto pilot model. Standard PD 65

Like I said it was brand new this spring and probably has a whole 20 hours or so on it before I upgraded.

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Have you sold this yet? Will it slide into the standard MinnKota plate?

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Still for available. It does not have the quick tach on it anymore. Very easy to install though. If you have a current minnkota on your boat with a quick tach all you have to do is removed it and it will fit on this one. Let me know if interested.

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Is this unit still available?

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Yes it is.

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I dropped you an email.

Dino

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Got it and responded.

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Is this still for sale and where are you located?

Thanks budd

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I do have a sale pending but thanks for the interest.

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Sold thanks scalescratcher

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