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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers

Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers

Description

The Humminbird Plastic Thru-Hull Transducers are for large boats and for boats with in-board motors that make typical Transom Mount Transducers ineffective.

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$139.99
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$125.57
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They are not recommended for trailered boats as the transducer is not flush with the hull. Plastic Thru-Hull Transducers require that a hole be drilled in the hull and the shaping of a fairing block. Professional installation is recommended. Bronze Thru-Hull Transducers are an alternative to Plastic Thru-Hull Transducers.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710167-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, Single/Dual Beam, 20/60 Degree, 200/83 kHz with 30' Cable
$125.57
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710252-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, Dual Beam, 20/60 degree, 200/83 kHz, 30' cable with temp for ION/ONIX Series
$142.05
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710243-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, Down Imaging/DualBeam PLUS, 75/45 degree, 455/800 kHz (DI) and 25/16 degree, 200/455 kHz, 30' cabel with built-in temperature
$162.34
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710258-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, Dual Beam, 20/74 degrees, 200/50 kHz with built-in temperature
$189.40
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710261-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, Dual Beam/Down Imaging, 50/200/455/800 kHz, with built-in temperature for ION/ONIX Series
$186.25
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710210-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, Dual/ High Definition Side Imaging, 20/60/86/55 Degree, 200/83/455/800 kHz, 30' cable with built-in temperature
$227.28
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710241-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, HD Side Imaging, DualBeam, 20/60/180 degrees, 200/83/455/800 kHz with built-in temperature‚Äč for ION/ONIX Series
$284.10
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Humminbird Plastic Thru Hull Transducers 710242-1 Plastic Thru Hull Transducer, HD Side Imaging, Dual Beam, 20/74/180 degrees, 200/50/455/800 kHz with built-in temperature
$323.84
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