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Tundra Hd1200 Power Inverter, 1200 Watt Modified Sine Wave on 2040-parts.com

US $220.00
Location:

Gorman, Texas, United States

Gorman, Texas, United States
item never installed but tested and works great
Manufacturer Part Number:HD-1200-12 AC Output Voltage:120 V Part Brand:Tundra International DC Input Voltage:12 V AC Output, Continuous Power:1200 W Type:Modified Sine Wave Inverter AC Output, Power Surge:2400W

Complete unit with remote control.Unit has never been installed.It is new and tested,works great.

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