Raymarine Raystar 125 E32042 Gps on 2040-parts.com
Portland, Oregon, United States
Offered for sale is a used Raymarine RayStar 125 GPS sensor, part number E32042. Unit was removed during electronics upgrade and has new battery and been tested for proper operation. Sale comes with antenna, cable, mounting hardware and new gasket.
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