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Standard Horizon Cmp23b Ram Mic, Remote Vhf Mic on 2040-parts.com

US $45.00
Location:

Stuart, Florida, United States

Stuart, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Standard Horizon Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Manufacturer Part Number:CMP23b

This is a CMP23b RAM MIC for the Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF radio. We always carried two of these, this one as a spare. This unit has been sent into Standard Horizon repair for a new cable, That is why this cable is white, it is new. When left in the sun, the cables always degrade. So, if you are using a Standard Horizon CMP23 Ram Mic, this is a good spare.

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