010-10106-20

Garmin P32 Transom Mount Triducer

Garmin P32 Transom Mount Triducer

Description

The Garmin P32 Transom Mount Triducer features a square blade paddlewheel that improves linearity and is more accurate throughout the speed range.

Features

  • Impressive Noise Shielding In A Compact, Economical Transducer
  • Depth, Speed, And Temperature
  • Release Bracket "Kick Up" To Protect The Housing From Impact Damage For Longer Transducer Life
List Price
$169.99
Your Price
$148.75
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Applications

  • Inboard/outboard and outboard boats
  • Jet boats
  • Small general-purpose vessels



Features

  • Non-projecting paddlewheel is protected from impact with objects in water
  • Portable bracket is available for small watercraft
  • Paddlewheel is easily removed for service
  • Bracket vertical adjustment: 19mm (3/4")
  • Chemical and impact resistant plastic housing
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin P32 Transom Mount Triducer 010-10106-20 P32 Transom Mount Triducer, 8-Pin
$148.75
In Stock
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