YSI 6600 Sonde Probe Guard Bottom Plate Assembly

The YSI 6600 bottom plate assembly attaches to the bottom of the 6600 probe guard.

Features

  • Requires (2) 8-32, .312 SS Hex cap screws
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YSI 6600 Sonde Probe Guard Bottom Plate Assembly605297 Probe guard bottom plate assembly, 6600
$60.43
Usually ships in 3-5 days
YSI 6600 Sonde Probe Guard Bottom Plate Assembly
605297
Probe guard bottom plate assembly, 6600
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$60.43
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
YSI 6600 Sonde Probe Guard Screw 062690 Screw, 8-32, .312 SS Hex cap, 6600
$1.77
In Stock
YSI 6600 Sonde Extended Probe Guard 605298 Extended probe guard, 6600 (requires 605297 & (2) 062690)
$159.98
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YSI 6600 Sonde Probe Guard Screw
062690
Screw, 8-32, .312 SS Hex cap, 6600
In Stock
$1.77
Extended probe guard, 6600 (requires 605297 & (2) 062690)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$159.98
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