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Garmin 200-khz And 50-khz Transom Mount Transducer Kit-15-degree Beamwidth on 2040-parts.com

C $65.00
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Baden, Ontario, Canada

Baden, Ontario, Canada
Garmin 200-kHz and 50-kHz Transom Mount Transducer Kit-15-Degree Beamwidth, C $65.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Garmin Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:010-10272-00

NEW - The 500 W 8-pin transducer has a maximum depth of 1,500 ft; an operating frequency of 50 to 200 kHz; a beamwidth of 40 to 10 degrees; and mounts on a 0 to 70 degree transom. Transducer kit comes with all mounting hardware, screws, 30' cable and  installation instructions.

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