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Navico Bronze Thru Hull Transducers

Navico Bronze Thru Hull Transducers

Description

The Navico Bronze Thru Hull Transducers are compatible with Lowrance HDS Series and Simrad NSE Series Multifunction Display Units.

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B744V Features:

  • Depth/Speed/Temp
  • 50/200 kHz
  • 600 W RMS
  • Mid-performance
  • Bronze
  • 7 pin Blue Connector
  • B258 Features:

  • Beamwidth (@-3 dB) 15 x 21 degrees and 3 x 5 degrees
  • Comes with High Speed Fairing Block
  • Depth/Temp 
  • 50/200 kHz 
  • 1 kW RMS 
  • High-performance 
  • Bronze 
  • 7 pin blue connector
  • B260 Features:

  • Depth/Temp 
  • 50/200 kHz 
  • 1 kW RMS 
  • High-performance 
  • Bronze Thru Hull 
  • 7 pin blue connector
  • Includes High Speed Fairing Block
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Navico Bronze Thru Hull Transducers 136-05 Bronze Thru Hull Transducer, B744V
    $346.25
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
    Navico B258 Bronze Thru Hull 136-00 Bronze Thru Hull Transducer, B258
    $708.89
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
    Navico B260 Bronze Thru Hull 106-82 Bronze Thru Hull Transducer, B260
    $1063.87
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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    Airmar 117WR-1 Crows Foot Transducer Wrench 117WR-1 Airmar Crows Foot Transducer Wrench, for use with B117, B150, B744V, B744VL, B765C, SS555
    $29.95
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    C-Wave Airmar Transducer Housing Wrench 117WR-4 Airmar Transducer Housing Wrench, 117WR-4, For 2" bronze and stainless steel housings (P617V, B617V, SS617V)
    $29.95
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    C-Wave Airmar Transducer Hull Nut Wrench 117WR-2 Airmar Transducer Hull Nut Wrench, for use with B117, B150, B744V, B744VL, B765C, SS555
    $35.00
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    Lowrance 12' Extension Cable 99-93 12' transducer extension cable
    $39.95
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    Lowrance 20' Transducer Extension Cable 99-94 20' transducer extension cable
    $40.95
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    C-Wave Airmar Double Handle Transducer Wrench 117WR-3 Airmar Double Handle Transducer Wrench
    $56.96
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