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Lowrance Trolling Motor Transducer Adapter Mark Elite Dsi 000-10261-001 New on

US $23.95

Delaware, United States

Delaware, United States
New in package. Plastic packaging shows light shelf wear. Last picture is stock picture for reference.
Brand:Lowrance Manufacturer Part Number:000-10261-001

NEW Lowrance Trolling Motor Transducer Adapter Mark Elite DSI 000-10261-001.  Fits Mark and Elite DSI models.

Lowrance Mark & Elite DSI Trolling Motor Transducer Adapter.  Skimmer transducer adapter for Mark & Elite DSI units.  Attaches your Skimmer transducer to your trolling motor.

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