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Motor Guide bow mount trolling motor "Price Reduced"

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2006 Motor Guide bow mount trolling motor

Model #fw-fb

12volt

54# thrust

42" shaft

5 speed

Original price$350 a $399 value.

$325/best offer

Any questions call Chad at 218-833-0345 or email him at ckgiombe1@hotmail.com

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Pictures of the above mentioned motor.

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Contact Chad for more details.

Aaron

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Price reduced to $325 or BO. I bought the trolling motor in Jan. of 07 planning to use it it on my old rig but got yhe go ahead from the wife to purchase a new boat and this one came with trolling motor. So I need to get rid of this one. Any questions let me know.

chad

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ttt, Price reduction.

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price reduced to $300.

Chad

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Chad , I'll be calling you soon

BFT

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sale pending

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Chad, if the sale falls thru I may be interested. Let me know.

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SOLD

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