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Furuno Fcv-582l Color Sounder Fish Finder Display W/power Cable And Transducer on 2040-parts.com

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Morehead City, North Carolina, United States

Morehead City, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Furuno Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:CV-582L

Furuno FCV-582L Color Sounder Fish Finder Display w/Power Cable and Transducer
  • Color LCD Sounder
  • Model FCV-582L
  • Freq: 50/200kHz
  • 8835-3619 Serial #
  • Slim design with adjustable bracket mount
  • Comes with power cable and transducer
  • Condition: Powers up as shown in photo.  Residue on transducer (see photo)- has not been tested.
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