GP2170

NavPod Grand Prix Series Uncut for 12" Pedestal Guards

NavPod Grand Prix Series Uncut for 12" Pedestal Guards

Description

The NavPod Grand Prix Series Uncut for 12" Pedestal Guards features the clean look of flush mounting, allowing you to mount your display where you can best see and reach it.

Features

  • Tamperproof
  • Concealed Wiring
  • Watertight Silicone Seal
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Watertight Silicone Seal
Keeps rain and salt water spray off electrical connections on the back of electronics

Tamperproof
Special fasteners and wrench are included that provide security and convenience to leave electronics on-board

Concealed Wiring
No loose wires are exposed to corrosion and UV damage

Pre-Cut Models
Come with a Flush Mount Kit, which includes the specific gasket and mounting hardware for your electronics if not supplied by manufacturer with unit.

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