R70008

Raymarine Adapter Kits

Raymarine Adapter Kits

Description

The Raymarine Adapter Kits are to upgrade or refit to new c-Series or e-Series multifunction displays.

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$149.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Directions

  • Adapter kit for C90W or E90w only
  • Remove your old Raymarine display from the dash
  • Screw the new mounting plate (supplied pre-drilled) to the old fixing holes.
  • Remove the outer bezel from your new e or c Series display.
  • Fit the NEW display into the mounting plate and screw down.
  • Clip the new easy-fit bezel on to the NEW display.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Adapter Kits R70008 Wide adapter kit for c95 and e95 displays
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