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off with the old, on with the new #5919797 09/09/15 02:40 PM
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Picked up this used motor kit for 100 bucks, motor still ran but I figured for another 100 bucks it was worth just swapping engines for a brand new one. Took about 20 minutes. Water test coming today.






Last edited by Erichugh22; 09/09/15 02:40 PM.
Re: off with the old, on with the new [Re: Erichugh22] #5937391 09/20/15 06:07 PM
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I read your other post, I think I'm gonna build one of these for my canoe. I have a pelican that's not a flat stern but I can rig up a bracket for it. How do you like the Old Town? What does that motor and mud motor kit way?

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