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Pathfinder 4kw Radome And 25m Cable -- Price Reduction on 2040-parts.com

US $249.00
Location:

Oxnard, California, United States

Oxnard, California, United States
Condition:Used

 Price Reduced for Quick Sale -- Raytheon Pathfinder 4kw Radome (Model M92652 - S/N 0386261) and compatible 25m Raymarine radar cable. Radome was in working order when replaced with upgraded system on 47 foot sailboat in October 2016. Cable was cut for removal and needs splicing at about 5m point. Shipping at actual cost not included in price. Will be shipped Fed Ex ground ; estimated maximum total shipping cost: $60 - $95.00 per box, depending on Buyer's location.
[Also available Autohelm Radar, listed separately on eBay, which works with this Radome, including Autohelm manual and white marine navpod style swivel housing for exterior horizontal surface mount of Autohelm unit.  Slight superficial crack on lower right hand corner of Autohelm, appears to be superficial and not to interfere with optics].

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