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NavPod GP1080-14 SystemPod Pre-Cut f/Raymarine a95/a97/a98 & 2 Instruments f/9.5" Wide Guard

NavPod GP1080-14 SystemPod Pre-Cut f/Raymarine a95/a97/a98 & 2 Instruments f/9.5" Wide Guard
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GP1080-14 SystemPod Pre-Cut for Raymarine a95/a97/a98 & 2 Instruments for 9.5" Wide Guard

GP1080 Series for 9.5" Guard, SystemPods for Sail are for mounting multiple pieces of electronics in one NavPod. This is a good way to reduce the height of a system. In addition to mounting a radar or chartplotter, you can have room for an autopilot, instrument, stereo controller, or VHF mic. A SystemPod is best mounted on a Single Bend AngleGuards.

SystemPods for Power are for mounting on a SK135 Stachion Kit can be used to mount a SystemPod on a flat surface, such as the flybridge. Stachion Kits can also be used with a SystemPod for overhead mounting applications.

Sizing:
Overall Size: 11.5"H x 19.75"W x 6.5"D
Usable Face: 9.5"H x 17"W x 5.5"D
Max Cutout: 9.375"H x 17"W
Instrument Cutout: 3.6"

All SystemPods include:
  • Acrylic capped ABS plastic
  • Chromed stainless steel tamper-proof fasteners
  • Double seal for watertight integrity
  • Models are available pre-cut for popular electronics
  • Stainless steel mounting hardware and mounting gaskets
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NavPod GP1080-14 SystemPod Pre-Cut f/Raymarine a95/a97/a98 & 2 Instruments f/9.5" Wide Guard GP1080-14 NAVPOD SYSTEMPOD PRE-CUT FOR RAYMARINE A95/A97/A98 AND
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