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Sold!!---Transom mounted Minnkota Maxxum trolling motor 55lb thrust for $125.00

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Trolling motor is a 12 volt, minnkota maxxum 55 lb thrust with tilt tiller that is 2 yrs old if anyone is interested. It has a digital battery power read out on top and power controlled twist handle. The shaft itself is 36" long. It's a transom mount for the back of the boat. I originally paid $330.00 for this trolling motor and they still sell this exact same model for this price. Pictures are available.

My home phone# 952-545-2688 and you can email me at [email protected] I am located in Eden Prairie, MN.

Clam Sleeper has been sold.

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pictures have been sent out. The sleeper is in mint condition as I looked it over while setting it up in my garage. If interested, it will still be fully set-up to look at in the garage.

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would you be willing to sell just the trolling motor?

is there anything wrong with the trolling motor?

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The trolling motor works perfectly. I just don't have a use for it anymore. Used it on my canoe, but now that's gone so no need for it. Shoot me an email or call.

Dan

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You've got it Brandt. See you next week. Thanks again and I sent you some pictures

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Thank you Daniel.

I received the pics, thank you!

Looking forward to it...

Fish well...

river-rat4

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That is an ideal motor for a canoe. I have the same motor with a 42" shaft (would much rather have the 36" shaft) and also use it on a 14' Lund and it's plenty of motor for that too. That is also an excellent price - a new motor in that price range would be far less motor. That has the variable speed (instead of 5 speed) correct?

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Dan,

It was nice to chat it up with you (cold as a ....... ...).

T-Motor looks great, thanks for meeting me, like I said trailer lights need work...(less travel the better).

Take care and good luck on the ice...

If ever in this area, I might be out and could shake your hand, you seem like a good guy.

Try the "Cats" (Minnesota style).....Good eat'n....

river-rat4

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