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Garmin Force Trolling Motor update

by Australasia Media 14 Nov 2019 10:43 UTC
Garmin Marine Warranty Policy update © Garmin

Garmin understands the importance of being able to use the Force Trolling Motor in saltwater, so after extensive testing we are pleased to announce the adjustment to the warranty.

The three-year warranty for the Force Trolling Motor includes use in saltwater and brackish water.

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