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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers

Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers

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The Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers new design is more secure and is not a prone to kick up at high force of waves.

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$79.99
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$67.52
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Transom Transducers mount on the transom (back) of the boat in contact with the surface of the water. To prevent damage to the boat or transducer. Transom mount hardware is included with the transducer. New transom mount transducer design.  It has an improved running angle and a optional lock down screw to override the kick up. Has same hole pattern as some older version transducers

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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710198-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Single/Dual Beam, 20/60 Degree, 200/83 kHz, 20' Cable with built in temperature
$67.52
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710236-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Single/Dual Beam, 20/60 Degree, 455/200 kHz, 20' Cable with built in temperature
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710247-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Dual Beam, 20/60 Degree, 200/83 kHz, Temperature included for ION/ONIX Series
$88.63
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710237-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Dual Beam, 20/74 Degree, 200/50 kHz, Built in temperature for use with XD model products
$101.30
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710253-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Dual Beam, 20/74 Degree, 200/50 kHz, Built in temperature for use with ION/ONIX Series products
$118.18
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Transom Mount Transducers 710226-1 Transom Mount Transducer,Down Imaging/DualBeam Plus, 75/45, 455/800 kHz and 25/16, 200/455 kHz, 20' Cable with built in temperature
$125.81
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710259-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Dual Beam, Down Imaging, 455/200 455/800 kHz, Temperature included​ for ION/ONIX Series (must be SW Version 2.0 or higher)
$142.05
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710200-1 Transom Mount Transducer, Compact Dual/Side Imaging. 20/60/180 degree, 200/83/455 kHz, 20' cable with built-in temperature
$162.34
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710201-1 Transom Mount Transducers, Dual/HD Side Imaging Transom, 20/60/180 Degree, 200/83/455/800 kHz, 20' cable with built in temperature
$219.16
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Humminbird Transom Mount Transducers 710238-1 Transom Mount Transducer, HD Side Imaging, HD Down Imaging, Dual Beam, 20/60/90/180 degrees, 200/83/455/800 kHz, temperature included
$277.58
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Humminbird Transducer Mounting Hardware 740087-1 Transducer Mounting Hardware for standard transom mount transducers to be used on a trolling motor
$23.27
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Humminbird Transducer Mounting Hardware 740093-1 Transducer Mounting Hardware for transom
$18.62
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