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2018 Motorguide X5 105 36V bow mount 50" TM


Bill Babler

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MAKE OFFER. ANYTHING REASONABLE WILL BE ACCEPTED.

I have for sale a 2018 bow mount Motorguide X5 36V 50" trolling motor with 105 lbs. thrust. Digital with Kevlar shaft

Motor was new this past January and only slightly used.

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It has an extremely hot new transducer that I'm only running on 58% 

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IT has the following add on's in addition to the transducer:  TH Marine Equalizer lift assist

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TH Marne Prop Anti-vibration Nut 

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Machette Prop

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The add on's are worth over $200.00  I also have the original prop and prop nut unused.

This is not a GPS pinpoint unit, it is a straight 36V trolling motor that is almost new out of the box and works perfectly.  If you need one or just a spare and don't want to spend a couple of thousand on a Minnkota or over $1,500 on a new one of these you can buy this one for.

ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED

Call or send a PM 417-332-7016

 

 

 

 

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 12:12 PM, Bill Babler said:

I have for sale a 2018 bow mount Motorguide X5 36V 50" trolling motor with 105 lbs. thrust. Digital with Kevlar shaft

Motor was new this past January and only slightly used.

IMG_2641.jpg

It has an extremely hot new transducer that I'm only running on 58% 

IMG_2640.jpg

IT has the following add on's in addition to the transducer:  TH Marine Equalizer lift assist

IMG_2637.jpg

TH Marne Prop Anti-vibration Nut 

IMG_2638.jpg

Machette Prop

IMG_2638.jpg

The add on's are worth over $200.00  I also have the original prop and prop nut unused.

This is not a GPS pinpoint unit, it is a straight 36V trolling motor that is almost new out of the box and works perfectly.  If you need one or just a spare and don't want to spend a couple of thousand on a Minnkota or over $1,500 on a new one of these you can buy this one for.

$600.00

Call or send a PM 417-332-7016K87N8hDcQTTKKFTioSxqB8Q2BNX5JtAljwgAAAAB

 

 

 

 

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Deal like that makes me wish that I had a boat :D.

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I finally got the install done. Put in a recessed pedal pan, hard wired the trolling motor, used an adapter to hook up to the Hummingbird. Put a 12 volt power plug where the original trolling motor plug was, for phone charging or a light. In the back I installed another battery and a switchable breaker for a disconnect. Still need a couple more battery terminal covers. It's ready for fish now.

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