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MOTORGUIDE TR82L FB Tour Edition Freshwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor, 82lbs. Thrust, 45" Shaft, 24V

Model # 13812847Mfg # 930011020

$1,139.99

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Product Description

More than tough, they’re virtually indestructible. 

Touring professionals are always looking for an edge, and with MotorGuide’s Tour Edition, they’ve found it. Every Tour model combines the Digital advantage with our stainless steel shafts, metal pedals and heads. Digital allows you to dial into the precise speed you are searching for, and in turn results in longer lasting battery life.

With built-in Lowrance 200/83 kHz transducer & temperature sensor:

  • Stainless steel shafts and components, metal head, and pedal make this the toughest trolling motor ever
  • ƒ Digital power from 75 to 109 pounds of thrust with 24 or 36-volt options
  • ƒ Completely sealed Digital module is protected from heat, moisture, corrosion and shock, greatly
    improving durability
  • ƒ MotorGuide Digital efficiency results in sustained battery life and more time on the water
  • ƒ Soft-start feature ramps up power, creating smoother initial motion
  • ƒ Quiet, smooth variable-speed operation lets you get closer to the fish
  • ƒ Machete III Prop runs quiet and has a smaller diameter than two-blade designs for the ultimate
    shallow water performance
  • ƒ Pull-pull cable steering with stainless steel pulleys is known for its feel and precision, limiting torque
    and fatigue
  • ƒ Compact, hydrodynamic, lightweight lower unitsƒ MicroSwitch is designed to withstand the demands
    of harsh, wet tournament conditions
  • ƒ Gator Breakaway Mount is crafted using extruded aircraft aluminum for rock-solid durability, with
    a breakaway feature that guards against damage from underwater obstacles.
  • ƒ Gator Breakaway mount features a hinged door for quick and easy motor removal

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