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MotorGuide X3 Hand-Control Bow-Mount Freshwater Trolling Motor, 45-lb. thrust

Item # 731842
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Key Features

  • Classic hand-operated control

  • Strong, durable, and dependable

  • Gator Flex 360 mount

  • Ergonomic extending handle for fingertip control

  • Powerful and cooler-running lower unit

Our Price   $279.99

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Product Description
motorguide The X3 Bow-Mount Trolling Motor is a great addition to the MotorGuide lineup. It offers a classic hand-operated control with 5 speeds forward and 2 reverse for the versatility you need. The composite shaft with aluminum and steel lower unit construction combine to make the X3 a strong, durable, and dependable motor. The X3 is paired with the revolutionary Gator Flex 360 mount for a winning combination of durability and value.

X3 Flex-Mount Hand-Control Bow-Mount Freshwater Trolling Motor Features:
• 5 speeds forward and 2 reverse
• Paired with the durable Gator Flex 360 mount
• Stainless steel propeller shaft and 3-blade Machete III prop
• 45-lb. thrust
• Classic hand-operated control
• Ergonomic extending handle for fingertip control
• Powerful and cooler-running 3.5" lower unit
Model # X3-45FW HB/50
Max. Thrust 45 lbs.
Volts 12
Shaft Length 50"
Speeds 5/2
Steering Control Hand Control
Shaft Material Composite
Prop Machete III
Mount Bow Mount

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