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Old 01-17-2006, 07:19 AM
nmbrowncom nmbrowncom is offline
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thanks for the help. i began kooking at the minn-kota with the co pilot. the dealer advised against the more expensive salt water model. he said that it merely has some of its parts galvanised and or made of stainless steal. he claimed that the much higher price is not worth it and that the fresh water model will be fine in the salt at a much less price. any thoughts? .
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