Humminbird Xtm-14-di-t F/ion & Onix 200/83/455/800khz -down Imaging # 710260-1 on 2040-parts.com
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Humminbird XTM-14-DI-T f/ION & ONIX 200/83/455/800kHz -Down Imaging MFG# 710260-1
f/ONIX - Down Imaging - 200/83/455/800kHz
Mount on most trolling motors.
Low-profile shape reduces drag and hang-ups on weeds.
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