Minn Kota Traxxis 80 Freshwater TM - 24V, 80lb, 42" Shaft - REMANUFACTURED

Minn Kota Traxxis 80 Freshwater TM - 24V, 80lb, 42" Shaft - REMANUFACTURED
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Freshwater Transom-Mount

When the walleyes are biting, you'd better be on the spot. All the well-positioned casts in the world don't mean a thing if you can't stay on the fish. When we created Traxxis™, we completely rethought every facet of the transom-mount motor to keep you in the game, no matter where the game takes you.

One-Hand Stow
A remarkably simple, one-hand stow mechanism gets Traxxis in and out of the water in no time. Just pull up and forward to stow the motor with no buttons or release levers. Then when it's time to go, use the easy-access thumb release to deploy Traxxis into any of ten different positions.

Steering Tension Control
The innovative new tension collar above the Traxxis mount allows you to adjust steering tension precisely to your desired level. Keep it loose for effortless steering or tighten it down to keep Traxxis in place ? which allows for true vertical stowing

Quick-Lock Cam Depth Adjuster
Change depths simply and securely with Traxxis' Quick-Lock cam adjuster. It makes depth adjustment simple and locks in tight to keep your motor right where you want it.

Tilt/Extend Tiller
Get the best of both worlds on your hand control motor with the new Tilt/Extend Tiller. It can both tilt (up to 45°) and extend (6") to fit the way you fish.

Push-to-Test Battery Gauge ? Traxxis
Get an instant "state of charge" reading with the push-to-test battery gauge.

Digital Maximizer
Digital Maximizer™ controls and optimizes power to extend battery life and reduce damaging heat. You'll stay on the water up to five times longer on a single charge.

Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
Push weeds away and take on the thick stuff without battery-draining chopping and hacking. Weedless Wedge™ 2 features swept-back, flared blades for unrelenting, reliable prop performance.

Indestructible Composite Shaft - Guaranteed For Life!
Pound for pound, our composite shaft is stronger than steel. It flexes on impact and won't break, kink or corrode. That's why we're confident enough to make it the only trolling motor shaft that's guaranteed for life.

One-Year Warranty
This motor is backed up with Minn Kota's one-year warranty.
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