X-10-M

Ritchie X-10-M Sport Compass

Ritchie X-10-M Sport Compass

Description

The Ritchie X-10-M Sport Compass is easy to install on a whindshield or dash.

Features

  • Reversible Bracket allows a mounting range of over 300 degrees from overhead
  • Comes standard with 12 volt lighting
  • 2-inch direct-reading, high-visibility dials
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$32.94
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Features:

  • Two-Sided, Self-Adhesive Mounting Pads Included
  • Reversible Bracket allows a mounting range of over 300° from overhead, through angled and vertical mounts to horizontal surfaces
  • These mounting position options and your choice of mounting hardware permit mounting on everything from windshield or supporting frame structures, to slanted dashboards and consoles, to almost any flat, angled or vertical surface
  • Internal Green Night Lighting
  • High Temp Composite Construction for Extended Operating Range
  • Hardened Steel Pivot and Sapphire Jewel Movement
  • Built-in Compensators
  • Color: Gray
  • Exclusive 5-Year Ritchie Warranty
Notable Specifications:

Notes: Comes standard with 12 volt lighting.

For all X-10's built before the year 2000 please see the service manual page 1-2 or contact Ritchie for replacement lighting.

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Ritchie X-10-M Sport Compass X-10-M X-10-M sport compass, gray
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