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Venom Transom-Mount Saltwater Trolling Motor, ETW-SS54, 54-lb. Thrust, 24" Shaft

Item # 693726
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Key Features

  • Impervious to saltwater

  • Short shaft is great for kayak or inflatable boat

  • Hand control with telescopic tiller

  • Stainless steel propeller shaft

  • 1 year warranty

Our Price   $199.99

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Product Description
watersnake Watersnake Venom Trolling Motors are tough saltwater-proof transom-mount trolling motors. The transom bracket and motor casing on Venom Trolling Motors receive additional layers of anti-corrosive treatments to provide a motor that is completely impervious to saltwater intrusion.

The shaft is made from a corrosion-resistant composite material that will flex on impact, and the motor is fitted with a stainless steel propeller shaft and weedless propeller. Watersnake Venom Trolling Motors also feature a telescopic tiller handle.

Venom ETW-SS54 Trolling Motor
• Powered by 5 forward and 2 reverse speeds
• Designed with a short shaft that's perfect for kayaks or inflatable boats
• 54-lb. thrust
• 24" shaft
Model # Venom ETW-SS54
Max. Thrust 54 lbs.
Volts 12
Shaft Length 24"
Speeds 5/2

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