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Vexilar FL-18 Pro Pack With 9&19 High Speed Transducer SOLD

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Used vexilar fl-18 pro pack with a 12 degree transducer and the 9 & 19 degree transducer kit for the boat.New i paid over $500 for all of this.It is in great shape.I have 2 fl-18`s and just dont use them much because i like my garmin units better on my boat and just dont get out ice fishing much.The fl-18 has its original box with its video showing you how to use it.The battery holds a good charge and has never went dead on me.I have always charged it every few months.I am asking $350 for it.You can call my cell or reply here.Cell = 507-236-5553. SOLD SOLD SOLD

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Would you be willing to trade for a lowrance x65c?

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Hi No i would not because i have to many depth finders already

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Price reduced to $300.Get it before i list and sell it on ebay.

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I am interested in it. I will give you a call.

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My number is 507-236-5553

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