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Topic: Watersnake T245 Hobie conversion SOLD  (Read 436 times)

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Very light use. Watersnake T245 setup to run on a hobie kayak - goes in place of the mirage drive. Includes motor (attached to Hobie plug) 12v battery in battery box, and battery monitor. Wired using standard SAE plug.
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Edit is not going through

$150 picked up in union city

Email direct to Stillavailable4sale@gmail.com


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Lmk if this is still available :)


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Lmk if this is still available :)
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I'm interested too if people before me pass on it.


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Just curious, how many amp-hours is the battery you use? I've been researching these and anything that provides more than a couple hours of run time is either monsterously heavy or extraordinarily expensive (lithium).


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Great deal right there!
I made one of these and the best cheapo battery is the mighty max SLA 55ah 12v that weighs 34lbs. It seem to last about 5hrs and is a decent compromise btwn price, weight, and amperage. Obviously the best would be a lithium ion 12v but they are expensive. I actually have a nice Li-ion, and it doesn’t work with my super old-school Minnkota for some reason…thats a different topic though haha, sorry for the thread-jack!
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Great deal right there!
I made one of these and the best cheapo battery is the mighty max SLA 55ah 12v that weighs 34lbs. It seem to last about 5hrs and is a decent compromise btwn price, weight, and amperage. Obviously the best would be a lithium ion 12v but they are expensive. I actually have a nice Li-ion, and it doesn’t work with my super old-school Minnkota for some reason…thats a different topic though haha, sorry for the thread-jack!

Thanks for that!