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MinnKota MK27DC Deep Cycle Battery

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I need help finding this battery. I have stopped at various Ganders, Dicks, Joe's Sporting Godos and Sportman's Warehouse around the metro, and the ones I haven't looked for myself, I called them to ask if they had the battery.

This battery is nowhere that I know of in Minnesota. I currently have one from last year and I need the other one for my 24-volt system. I want both the batteries to be exact MinnKota brands, I know they are made my Trojan and the 27TM is the exact same battery but I would like the MinnKota brand. Is there anyone out there that can locate this battery for me, I am willing to drive for it, but not drive to far.

PLEASE HELP!

MinnKota MK27DC Battery.

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Minn Kota got out of the battery business this year. To find one you will have to locate one of lasts years models.

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Have you checked with Gander Mt. EP? I was there for there grand opening a couple weeks back and I am pretty sure that they had the MK27 there. I know that they have some Minnkota batteries because I was looking at the MK24 but got the Trojan 24 instead. If you havn't, I would give them a call, you may get lucky.

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Minn Kota got out of the battery business this year. To find one you will have to locate one of lasts years models.


Got out of it already, they just started it with Trojan 2 or 3 years ago. Why would they sign an agreement with Trojan to produce a MinnKota brand battery(fixed from saying trolling motor) to cancel that a couple years after?

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Trojan is still marketing a line of batteries under the Minn Kota brand. I can't help on locating them, however.

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Thanks Kato Guy, if you have time and your in Mankato, feel free to check some stores for me smile.gif

and let me know asap if you find anything.

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