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galaxyman

LCR 400 TRANSDUCER

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I AM LOOKING FOR A NARROW CONE TRANSDUCER FOR MY LCR 4OO TO USE ON A FLY IN TRIP NEXT SUMMER. WE'LL BE TARGETING LAKERS IN 70-120 FT OF WATER. ANY IDEAS?

THANKS FOR ANY HELP I CAN GET

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Do you know the model or can you send me a picture of it ?

I have several Humminbird transducers here.

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I am looking for a xpt-6-16 suction cop style. Thanks for the help smile.gif

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