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Remanufactured trolling motors

6/17/21 @ 7:47 PM
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FishinFool817
USER SINCE 4/10/16

Anyone ever buy a remanufactured trolling motor? Looking at a couple but not sure if it worth risk of buying one without looking at the condition its in.

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6/18/21 @ 10:58 AM
Fish Hound
USER SINCE 1/29/02

No issue for me with factory reconditioned either, usually they still come with warranty. Third party repair and sales I would not mess with.

6/17/21 @ 9:58 PM
Tim Zwieg
USER SINCE 1/10/12

Factor reconditioned, no issues buying if the savings are good.  Factory reconditioned are brought back to factory specs, they might have a scratch on them so what.  What they are is motors that were warrantied out for what ever reason, those motors are then repaired and sold as reconditioned.  I wouldn't think twice about that.

6/17/21 @ 9:42 PM
Leechster
Leechster
USER SINCE 1/22/21

U get what u pay for. If it fails, is that ok now? I would not buy to save money. 

6/17/21 @ 9:13 PM
Zmaniac
Zmaniac
USER SINCE 2/8/06

If it’s a factory reconditioned unit I wouldn’t hesitate to buy it. Those units are worked on by one technician and gone over thoroughly. I have purchased other reconditioned pieces of equipment and never had a problem. They also carry a one year warranty I believe. 

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