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Vexilar FL-8SE ********SOLD******

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Vexilar Fl-8SE for Sale. 3 years old. Excellent condition. Includes blue case and Battery Status indicator. I also have the owners manual. Battery charger also included. $225 b.o. This model has the I.R. Button. Pictures available.

levisay@charter.net

507-451-7574

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Is this the one that has the IR button?

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Yes it does.

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Mark, got your e-mail at home, will send pics when I get off work at 4:00.

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dose it read good depths

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Works great, Am buying an FL-18 from the Brother-in-law, and wife says have to get rid of this.

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To those considering this unit I wanted to let you know I've fished with Matt on several occasions, his fishing equipment is always well taken care of and this unit is in great shape. You won't be disappointed with this FL-8SE.

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Thanks Mustang, we will have to get out fishing this weekend.

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This item is still available grin.gif

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What ducer does it have?

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19 Degree.

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still have it? is it the Genz pack?

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Yes I still have it. It is the pro pack, I bought the blue bag for it. I have pics if you would like to see them.

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yes I would like to see it...send pics to northstarboasmore at yahoo

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I will be leaving work shortly, I should have the pics to you around 9 o'clock tonight.

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alright. thanks!

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Pics have been sent. Let me know if you didn't get them

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If you still have the Vex for sale I would like pics please.

jmolace at hotmail.com

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Pics Sent

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You have mail!

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what is the lowest price you will go down

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Hows about putting picture on here?

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Is this unit still for sale? If so could i get some pictures sent to justin.perlich@mnsu.edu

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The Unit is Probably sold pending receipt of the check in the next couple of days. Will update as soon as I receive it. Thanks for all the interest.

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