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Lowrance LMS 240 GPS/SONAR $ 295.00 and Lowrance X51 $ 100.00


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Brand new but boxed incorrectly Lowrance LMS240 sonar/gps/chartplotter.

It was boxed incorrectly and all the accessories have wrong plug....yes they are all wrong. You will have 1 sonar display alone + gps antenna, transducer, power cord, AC adapter, computer adapter with different plug.

Includes MapCreate4 software.

Check all the specs at Lowrance.com

Prce at $ 295.00 I can ship for $ 10.00

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Lightly used very nice lowrance X51 fishfinder, includes transom transducer and power cord.

Check all the specs at Lowrance.com

Price $ 100.00, I can ship it for $ 9.00

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Hey Val, nice to see you at the sidewalk sale. Did you get some good stuff? Say, what kind of gps antenna is it?

Thanks

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It's an antenna fo the new Lowrance LMS but with black connectors not gray.

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hey valv, with the 240 would you have to purchase all new cords and tranducers to get to work. Also do you know where i can get a control board for a minkota auto pilot 812 pro. Let me know Dcholtzy at hotmail.com or give me a call at 612-239-1184

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I can't believe nobody wants a good fishfinder at cheap price.....the X51 is just like an X52, with 240x160 pixels and 1500watts.

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Val,

Will this thing plug into my conectors from my 350a?

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Nope, this has newer style connector, and antenna will not work with that unit.

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Do you still have the Lowrance X51 fishfinder? I would definitely be interested.

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Still have it here, I just got back from vacation....

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