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Minn-Kota Trolling Motor Shaft Shortening


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By Ray - Posted on 14 May 2010

I am getting the shaft on my Terrova shortened. As long as you have it done at a certified MK service center,there is no risk of losing warranty. It is a very simple thing to do though, wouldn't hesitate to do it myself, if not for the warranty issue.
As many have noticed Minn-Kota is selling the Terrova in long shaft models only right now.

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