Lowrance Gimbal Knobs

Lowrance Gimbal Knobs


GK-9 Gimbal knobs are sold in pairs. See details for compatible products.

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Compatible with the following units: Cuda 168 EX, FishEasy 250 DS, FishElite 320, FishElite 480, FishElite 500C, FishElite 502C iGPS, FishElite 640C, FishElite 642C iGPS, FishMark 160, FishMark 240, FishMark 320, FishMark 480, FishMark 500C, FishMark 640C, FishStrike 1000C, FishStrike 2000C, GlobalMap 2400, GlobalMap 3000, GlobalMap 3300C, GlobalMap 3500C, GlobalMap 3600C iGPS, GlobalMap 4000M, GlobalMap 4800, GlobalMap 4900M, GlobalMap 5000C, GlobalMap 5500C, GlobalMap 6000C, GlobalMap 6500C, GlobalMap 6600C HD, GlobalMap 7000C, GlobalMap 7500C, GlobalMap 7600C HD, GlobalMap Baja, GlobalMap Baja C, IntelliMap 320, IntelliMap 480, IntelliMap 500C, IntelliMap 502C iGPS, IntelliMap 642C iGPS, LCX-104C, LCX-104C, LCX-110C, LCX-111C HD, LCX-15CI, LCX-15CT, LCX-15MT, LCX-16CI, LCX-17M, LCX-18C, LCX-19C, LCX-20C, LCX-25C, LCX-26C HD, LMS-240, LMS-320, LMS-330C, LMS-332C, LMS-334C iGPS, LMS-335C DF, LMS-337C DF, LMS-339C DF iGPS, LMS-480, SeaChamp 1000C DF, SeaChamp 2000C DF, SeaCharter 320DF, SeaCharter 480DF, SeaCharter 500C DF, SeaCharter 502C DF iGPS, SeaCharter 640C DF, SeaCharter 642C DF iGPS, SeaFinder 320DF, SeaFinder 480DF, SeaFinder 500C DF, SeaFinder 640C DF, X100C, X102C, X105C DF, X107C DF, X125, X126DF, X135, X136DF, X47EX, X71, X-86 DS, X87, X88DF, X91, X96, X97, X98DF
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