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Lowrance Transducer Thst-dfbl Bronze Th 106-79 New In Box on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
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Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania, United States

Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania, United States
Lowrance Transducer THST-DFBL Bronze TH 106-79 New in Box, US $200.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Lowrance Manufacturer Part Number:106-79

THST-DFBL Thru-hull-mount, dual frequency bronze housing transducer with built-in speed and temperature sensor. 

Works with: LCX-110C, LCX-111C HD, LCX-17M, LCX-20C, LCX-25C, LCX-26C HD, LCX-26C HD, LMS-335C DF, LMS-337C DF, LMS-339C DF iGPS, LMS-480, LMS-480, X105C DF, X107C DF, X126DF, X136DF, X59DF

Item has never been used or installed. Is in it's original packaging. Bought it some years ago but never installed it on my boat before I lost the boat. Box was opened when I bought the item to inspect it but resealed immediately.

Bought it for $300.

My loss is your gain!

Please make sure this is the right transducer for you. I don't accept returns.

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