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Lei St-tbk Speed And Temperature Sensor 90-98 on 2040-parts.com

US $24.00
Location:

Sacramento, California, United States

Sacramento, California, United States
New condition, was purchased and never used
Brand:LEI Manufacturer Part Number:00000000 Country/Region of Manufacture:Mexico UPC:Does not apply

I have up for sale this "NEW" LEI ST-TBK speed and temperature sensor 90-98. This fits 1997 and newer Lowrance, Eagle, or Sea Electronics sonar units with speed/ temperature displays and black speed/ temperature connectors. This is "NEW", it was purchased and never used. This comes with the original paperwork and packaging.

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