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Minn Kota Vector trolling motor & battery-SOLD

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I went to a gas four stroke kicker thus I have for sale a Minn Kota Vector 55lb 12v trolling motor plus battery. Used two years - both in very good condition. Tilt/telescoping handle and steering control, battery gauge, composite shaft. Package priced at $195. Located Fergus Falls, MN. Thanks in advance.

WG

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Leave email as I have pics also if interested.

WG

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Eelpout:

Pics sent.

WG

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shoot me an email. minnesotawalleye at aol (Contact Us Please).

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Pics sent.

WG

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lhk53:

Pics sent. Thanks for looking.

WG

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Would you be willing to seperate? I do not need the battery.

How much for just the trolling motor?

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Crappie Kid:

Pics sent. Thanks for looking.

WG

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WG...me again...send me pics...this is a transom mount motor correct.

This may work on my Lowe as a back up...

Send me pics...

solsonwtu@wdemail.com

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I sent a post asking if you would seperate, did you miss it?

Still wondering.

Thanks.

krats@brainerd.net

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Kratz:

Caught it-sent you an email yesterday. At this point I would like to keep as a package. If it doesn't sell here in a bit, I would possibly consider that. Dropping the battery price off wouldn't lower the deal all that much as I couldn't ask alot for the battery alone as well as having too many batteries around, need to have one less... Thanks.

WG

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j.maier.74 at gmail.com

Thanks for the pics! This may work out perfect for my little boat.

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K Dawg:

Pics sent. Thanks for looking.

WG

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I'm interested

ben_ray(at)yahoo.com

thanks

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Pleas send pics if still available.

MStelter(at)gopherstatelitho.com

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SOLD

Thanks,

WG

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