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Minn Kota Endura C2 Trolling Motors

Minn Kota Endura C2 Trolling Motors

Description

The Minn Kota Endure C2 Trolling Motor is the legendary performer that's built to explore, built to last, and backed up with a two-year warranty.

Features

  • Lever Lock Bracket
  • Indestructible Composite Shaft
  • Telescoping Handle
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$109.99
In Stock

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Details

It's the ultimate coming together of form andfunction, in a package that puts you on the water day after day, year after year like no other.

Features

LEVER LOCK BRACKET.
Our Lever Lock Bracket delivers a rock-solid mount that's stronger than conventional brackets. Special composite materials resist flexing, warping and UV damage.
INDESTRUCTIBLE COMPOSITE SHAFT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE!
Pound for pound, our composite shaft is stronger than steel. It flexes on impactand will not break, kink or corrode. We're the only ones who trust our trolling motor shaft enough to guarantee it for life.
TELESCOPING HANDLE.
Endura C2 features an ergonomic, six-inch telescoping handle for the most comfortable, convenient steering available.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota Endura C2 Trolling Motors 1352230 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-30lb-30"
$109.99
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Minn Kota Endura C2 40 12V 40lb 36 1352240 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-40lb-36"
$169.99
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Minn Kota Endura C2 45 12V 45lb 36 1352245 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-45lb-36"
$189.99
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Minn Kota Endura C2 50 12V 50lb 36 1352250 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-50lb-36"
$209.99
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Minn Kota Endura C2 50 12V 50lb 42 1352251 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-50lb-42"
$214.99
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Minn Kota Endura C2 55 12V 55lb 36 1352255 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-55lb-36"
$229.99
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Minn Kota Endura C2 55 12V 55lb 42 1352256 Endura C2 Trolling Motor, 12V-55lb-42"
$234.99
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