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redrocketangler

Trollin motor mount on 79' lund

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I bought an older lund last year and would like to add a front trolling motor. The boat has the older style aluminum front instead of plywood. Who could i contact to take out the aluminum and put in plywood. I heard of a guy in St. Peter if anyone knows him. Im located in mankato.

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anyone?

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Redrocket,

Sorry it took so long to get back to you. We've done quite a few of these and there's not too much to it. In fact on some models we've been able to leave the aluminum in and just reinforce it from the back side which helps keep your cost down. If you'd like, just give us a call and we can work something out. 507-465-8337 Talk to ya soon.

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Thanks Steve I'll be calling you shortly

I need a "that was easy" button

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Redrocket, see my reply to you in the S MN forum.

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