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CNY Tim

(REDUCED PRICE) MarCum LX-3 (TC) Ice Fishing Sonar

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Used two seasons then I upgraded it to True Color and only used it twice after the upgrade. Run's like new and the new display colors are incredible. Original box, owners manual, 1500 watts of power, 6 stage interference rejection, adjustable zoom, padded soft pack, battery, DCS 100 digital charging system, 20deg. ice transducer standard plus I will throw in an additional ice transducer (a $49.99 value) to the winner. First $300 takes it, price includes shipping, insurance and delivery confirmation. Serious inquiries only, send email to iceman13@twcny.rr.com MONEY ORDERS ONLY! Upon receipt of money order the LX-3 will ship immediately and I will email the winner the USPS tracking number so they can track it's arrival.

It's my first MarCum and I have absolutely enjoyed this unit but I have since upgraded to the LX-5. Good luck!

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Reduced to $275 - final price...

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Update - I have received email on this item.

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Congratulations Jack!

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Jack - Got it! Thanks... Shipped Friday afternoon...

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