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Old 05-06-2010, 08:30 PM
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Complete twin 7in Navnet set up for sale!!!!!!! I purchased this system from a dealer that had it in his personal boat. I was planning on installing it on my new boat but have decided against it. Units all worked perfectly when pulled off the boat 2 months ago. The display units are in 10/10 condition. Below is all the items and their “type” numbers so you can look them up if need be.
Issues with the system:
The GPS antenna wire was cut about 8inches from the dome, it is easy to rewire but it was cut for some dumb ass reason when he uninstalled it. I have the rest of the antenna wire.
Second I was told the transducer is a 1kw but I have no way of verifying that, if you look at the photos of the transducer you will see why. He had it mounted in hull in a fiberglass box, and the glass is still on the top and sides of the transducer. I will include photos of how the ducer was installed to give you a better idea. The units were flush mounted so no brackets are included.
Those are the only known issues with this system, it comes complete with all wires and cables and like I said it worked perfectly 2 months ago when it was hooked up on his boat. If you have any questions please feel free to ask me and I will try to answer them as best as I can.
Asking $4000 OBO shipped in the US.

Furuno RDP-131 7in Color Radar display
http://www.furunousa.com/products/Pr...category=Parts
Furuno GD-1700C C Color Chart Plotter
Furuno Matching Box MB-1000
Furuno Network Sounder ETR-6/10N 50/200kz
Furuno RD 30
Furuno Heading sensor PG-1000
Simrad Electronic Compass RFC35
Furuno Radar Gear box RSB-0047 with 2ft open array (2.2kw I believe 36 KM radar) and pedestal mount for radar.
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Old 05-14-2010, 03:27 PM
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That's a rather interesting transducer set up. Looks like instead of installing it so the box is angled with the hull they filled the hull so it was flat?
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Originally Posted by VanW View Post
That's a rather interesting transducer set up. Looks like instead of installing it so the box is angled with the hull they filled the hull so it was flat?
Actually looks like they built a box at the angle of the hull and filled it with antifreeze.

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