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harvey lee

Lowrance H2O with chip

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Lowrance H2O, with Lakemaster chip and Ram mount. $200.00

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I assume this grayscale? Also what year chip is this? Can the mount be put on a atv?

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The ram mount has the handle bar adapter. The chip is 3 years old. The GPS is 4 years old. No color version.

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ttt

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Nobody can use a gps with Lakemaster chip and a ram mount? I guess I might have to keep it.

I'm not sure what a new one cost but the chip and the ram mount are 145.00.

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I'd be interested Tom, but I just bought myself the H2O C this winter and the new chip for X-mas.

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I finally bought my H2O and chip about a month ago. I paid a good chunk more than $200, and I didn't get a mount with it either, so this is a good price!

If you want to sell just the mount, let me know what you'd ask for it. I'm guessing you don't want to seperate the package though.

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HL, is this the same GPS you had at slabfest?????

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harvey you should charge extra if you still have your waypoints in the unit smile.gif

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Boilerguy, yes it is. The waypoints are not worth a red cent. Bad spots for catching but good spots for not burning up bait.

It will sell as a complete unit or I will keep it all, Thank-you.

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On a scale of 1 to 10, what condition is it in. Is the screen scratched. Also, I'm assuming the chip is MN right?

They still don't have the smaller lakes that I want on the chips so I have been holding out, but I might be interested.

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Chip is Minnesota. As far as the screen goes, I would call it a 8.5. But to be safe with your concerns lets call it a 7.8. No deep scratches but some fine ones.

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I'll give you 150 for it.

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I decided to keep it. Thanks for the offer.

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