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MOTOR OPTIONS F25 | F30 | F40 | F50 | F60 | F70 Minn Kota® 55 Edge™ 12 volt trolling motor standard. Optional 70 Edge™ 24 volt motor available Rod locker holds up to 7' rods Convenient storage is located throughout, within reach of bow, center and stern anglers Quality fit and finish makes G3 the premium line of fishing boats in the aluminum industry Tackle tray storage is placed on both sides of the extra large livewell for quick access to your gear Quality fold-down fishing seat gives anglers all day comfort Small item storage is located under the flip-up driver's and passenger's seats Three-across pedestal bases allow anglers to fish side-by-side Rapid fill EPA certified fuel system 14 g3boats.com Mid-ship gas tank provides a "weight-forward" quick hole shot and convenient step up to the front deck Bait bucket insert inside of 27 gallon bow livewell extends your fishing with fresh bait throughout the day. The Eagle 176 Camo model layout includes a massive amount of storage space. Take all your gear for peace of mind, this is one Eagle that can handle it. Boat Length 17'7" Package Length 21'7" Beam 80" Package Width 85" Bottom Widt h 60" Transom Height 20" Side Depth 24" Hull Gauge .100 Max. HP 70 Fuel Capacity 13G Livewell Dim. & Cap. 14"x 41" 27G x2 Color Options Mossy Oak Break-Up® STANDARD PACKAGE All welded .100 gauge wide-body hull | Painted Mossy Oak® | Precision fit, powder-coated 3" tubular steel Trail Guard® trailer with locking detachable tongue, space saving and security | 13" radial tires, diamond tread step pad, tongue jack and wind guides | Minn Kota® 45 Edge™, 12 volt, 45" shaft trolling motor | Garmin® echo™ 151 DV fishfinder 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 Two comfortable camo fishing chairs are standard with the Eagle 176. Two 27 gallon livewells, bow and stern, provide more space for your catch 11 Fully painted Mossy Oak® camo pattern hull adds appeal and resale value 12 11 12

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