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Seaview Modular Plate f/Most Closed Dome & Open Array Radar

Seaview Modular Plate f/Most Closed Dome & Open Array Radar
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$115.00
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Seaview's innovative new modular electronic mounts feature a unique universal plate design that provide a cleaner look and greater installation flexibility. A pre-drilled anodized aluminum plate is incased inside the UV stable white ABS plastic. There are dimple holes on the top surface of the top plate that matches up with a drill template allowing you to precisely drill the appropriate holes for your specific radar. The end result is a nice clean look with no unwanted visible holes.

This is one of Seaview's more popular Modular Top Plates.

Fits almost all Closed Dome and Open Array Radars.
  • Furuno 15" - 24" Radar Domes and 4' - 6' Open Array Radar
  • Garmin 18"-24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Geonav 24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • JRC 15" Radar Domes, Koden 18"-24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Lowrance 18"-24" Radar Domes BR24 / 3G / 4G and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Lorenz 12"-24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Nobeltec 17"-25" Radar Domes and 3.5'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Raymarine 18"-24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Simrad 18"-24" Radar Domes / BR24 / 3G / 4G and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Sitex 12"-24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars
  • Seiwa / Techmarine 12"-24" Radar Domes and 4'-6' Open Array Radars.
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Seaview Modular Plate f/Most Closed Dome & Open Array Radar ADA-R1 SEAVIEW MODULAR PLATE FOR MOST CLOSED DOME AND OPEN ARRAY
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