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Lowrance backbone

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so now that they came up with this great backbone idea i cant just use my old gps reciever with a new unit? in the past when upgrading it was just plug in and go - now i have to rewire my boat to accept this stupid backbone system that is only going to work for the dash mounted sonar/gps anyway...... is there a way around this? wish i would have been told before i spent the money - course it would of helped if i did the install more than 3 days before my first trip

have a x112 that i am trying to hookup with old x-19 componints - was already told the temp will not work on from my transducer if it works at all - i plugged in the power and transducer and the unit did turn on and seemed to work.

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Does the LCX 19 have blue twist lock connectors?

If you have units that are compatable it is a very easy system. I myself have it rigged in my boat and I am very happy with how it works.

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