Garmin Gns-430w Waas Terrain 14-28v P/n 011-01060-00 on 2040-parts.com
Lexington, Kentucky, United States
Garmin GNS-430W WAAS Certified GPS/NAV/COM with Terrain, 14-28v - 011-01060-00
This auction includes:
This is the 14/28v version of the GNS-430W - as in it can be installed in to a 14v or 28v aircraft.
Pictures are of the actual unit for sale, shown fully working.
This was working when removed from a 2007 Cirrus Sr22 on 8/12/2016 for an avionic upgrade.
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