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sparcebag

Minnkota motor deal or not?

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A company close out sale for minnkota motors

I just bought a Minnkota 55 lb thrust 54 inch shaft 12 volt V2 powerdrive with auto pilot and universial sonar,Quick release plate for 488.00 delivered to my house.

Its last years model new in box with 3 year warranty.

I believe I got a GREAT Deal? Did I ?

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Unfortunatly I think I'm being scammed! The shop in in Brooklin Park its on Craigs List.So far the motor I've wanted hes called back 5 times now and the First call was no uni sonar the second call was no auto pilot the third call was 400 dollars for a Minnkota 55. It started at 400 dollars off new price then each call back to me something was omitted from accessories but the price stayed the same!

He could of just posted A Minnkota 55 at 400.00 and saved my time!

He kept telling me he was out of the shop Plowing and had to go back and check! When I asked what motors he did have,He said this one for 400 or a 70 lb thrust 24 V for over 800.

Well anyway my GREAT deal is no more.

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Bummer. I was going to say that was a smoking deal! Obviously boat dealers are not going to be the most competitive on trolling motors, but I paid over 700 for mine.

I would hold out for the auto pilot at least. Makes a world of difference. I have the U.S., but have not hooked anything up to it yet.

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Can you return it. Contact PerchJerker at Pro fishing supply. (Sponsor here on FM) I purchased a Minn Kota 80 lb transom mount with 3X steering.

He saved me $$$$$$ grin

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primetime, is that public info you can share, or does he need to keep it quiet? I'm interested if you can share the contact...

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From looking at C's list, looks like Formula Propeller is getting rid of some of their motors.
Wiggum your on top of it! Bet they got one with abit of some altering?? mad

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Originally Posted By: Ralph Wiggum
From looking at C's list, looks like Formula Propeller is getting rid of some of their motors.
Wiggum your on top of it! Bet they got one with abit of some altering?? mad

I drive past Formula twice a day smile

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