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Minn-Kota engine mount trolling motor

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I'm helping out a friend of my brother. I already paid for this so I have it on hand personally...

Brand new, never used Minn-Kota Mk-55 em - engine mount trolling motor. New in the box. Bought this spring, 55 lb thrust. Here is the description from Minn-Kota:

Minn Kota's engine mount motors can transform your current boat motor into a hard-core fishing machine without sacrificing any performance. The motor mounts to the cavitation plate of your outboard or I/O lower unit and rides completely out of the water once on plane. Ideally suited for saltwater applications, these motors feature superior corrosion protection for years of dependable use. You control the unit with a corded remote that can be handheld or mounted wherever convenient. It offers you variable speed control and a neutral (off) position. You steer your boat the same as you would with your gas motor. The electronics are contained in sealed marine-grade polyurethane and the housing is aluminum with cooling fins to help dissipate heat. Sacrificial anode. Each unit features Weedless Wedge 2 props and comes with Minn Kota's two-year warranty.

They are $629.00 at Cabelas. Will sell for $400.00 obo

You can reach me at ken@wincolandscape.com or 651.341.4581 I'm in Cottage Grove, work in Inver Grove and have a cabin in Cass Lake... so can meet in many places.

Good Luck!

Ken

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Is this still available?

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Yes it is. Lots of 'interested' parties... 1st come 1st serve. Brand new in the box.

Good Luck!

Ken

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still available? only I don't know if it is powerfull enough for a 3000# boat, but you can contact me at jmoddes@yahoo.com

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sorry it's sold. Just FYI, the #55 model is for 16-18' boats... I'm thinking #3000 would be on the high side... I think you would need to go up a model.

Good Luck!

Ken

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