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fisherdog19

Three season old Marcum LX3. Works great, everything included, just missing the battery charger. It does not have the true color upgrade. $240 or best offer. Shipping $15 extra. Located in Detroit Lakes. Call 218 849-0760.

Thanks for looking,

Fisherdog19

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willfish

Can the true color upgrade be done on this unit? Just sold my FL 8SE, looking to upgrade to the LX3 or a FL 18. The color would be nice if they're still doing it. And of course the cost is a consideration. E-mail I'm definately interested! Bob

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Tom Linderholm

The true color upgrade can be added, you just need to send a $49 check to Marcum. Had mine done last month. Only took them bout a week to turn it around.

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fisherdog19

You can get the true color upgrade done at any time, and have them send you a charger at the same time. Make me an offer, I'll consider anything reasonable.

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bbassett

I'll give you $175 for it.

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DEADhead

In case you didn't see the title of the post, the item's been sold.

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fisherdog19

Thanks for the offer, but I would have considered that unreasonable. It was part of my boat package that I finally sold, I wrote it off that I wouldn't sell it until spring so I thought I would sell the flasher seperately, but it sold.

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