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Kma 24 on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Somerset, California, United States

Somerset, California, United States
Condition:Used

BENDIX KING KMA 24 
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER AND ISOLATION AMPLIFIER 
P/N:066-1055-03 S/N:104183
COMES WITH 8130 AND 30 DAY WARRANTY 
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS YOU CAN REACH JIM @ 209-736-9400

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