010-12018-01

Garmin Flat Mount Kits

Garmin Flat Mount Kits

Description

The Garmin Flat Mount Kits mounts your multifunctional displays into a flat panel, giving your boat a beautiful, sleek glass helm.

Features

  • Includes Hardware, Installation Instructions, And A Template
  • Ultimate In Custom Appearance
List Price
$89.99
Your Price
$87.74
In Stock

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Details



This type of mounting requires full access to the back of the mounting surface, and the ability to precisely cut or fabricate the mounting surface to complete the installation with the desired appearance. Professional installation by a technician or company with dashboard modification experience is highly recommended.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin Flat Mount Kits 010-12018-01 Flat Mount Kit For GPSMAP 8012 And 8212
$87.74
In Stock
Garmin Flat Mount Kit f/GMI 20 or GHC 20 010-12023-00 Flat Mount Kit For GMI 20 And GHC 20
$25.52
In Stock
Garmin Flat Mount Kit f/500 XS Series 010-11994-00 Flat Mount Kit For 500 XS Series
$47.24
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Garmin Flat Mount Kit f/GMM 150 Marine Monitor 010-12019-00 Flat Mount Kit For GMM 150 Marine Monitor
$87.74
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Garmin Flat Mount Kit f/GPSMAP 8015 & 8215 010-12018-02 Flat Mount Kit For GPSMAP 8015 And 8215
$87.74
In Stock

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