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Todd Electronics Box - Large: 88-1924 on 2040-parts.com

US $399.99
Location:

Hermosa Beach, California, United States

Hermosa Beach, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:TODD UPC:751536160026 Manufacturer Part Number:88-1924

  • This item is opened, in box, but unused and in NEW condition.  It was too cumbersome for the rack on my rubber dingy and I missed the deadline to return.
  • Rotomolded and water resistant. Features stainless steel hardware, smoked plexiglas front panel, rubber gaskets and a chrome lock to help protect valuable equipment. Can be easily mounted from either side or from the bottom. MFG# 88-1924 881924 UPC# 751536160019

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