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Minn Kota MKA-4 Bow Mount Stabilizer Kit
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Minn Kota MKA-4 Bow Mount Stabilizer Kit

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Manufacturer # 1862013
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MKA-4 Bow Mount Stabilizer Kit - Top Mount

Reduces bounce on Maxxum Pro, Maxxum, Riptide Pro and Riptide SM bow-mount trolling motors. Attaches to the top side of the upper arm of the scissors mount. When the motor is stowed, the stabilizer is positioned vertically between the upper arm of the bracket and the deck of the boat. Rubber bumper also protects the deck finish.
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  • Manufacturer: Minn Kota
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 1862013
  • Manufacturer Website Address: WWW.MINNKOTAMOTORS.COM
  • Dimensions: " Height x " Width x " Depth
  • Standard Warranty: 0Year(s)
  • Minn Kota MKA-4 Bow Mount Stabilizer Kit Reviews

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