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Old 10-11-2011, 12:18 PM
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I used a pair of Raymarine C120's, (1 for Nav and 1 for sounder)flush mounted in the console of my 2007 Sailfish. The auto pilot and sounder are also Raymarine. I would prefer to replace the C120's with Raymarine electronics that will fit the same holes in the console. I will also have to replace the cables to the sounder , antenna and the auto pilot. I am looking for suggestions. I need to replace the cables because the midnight uninstaller at the marina was in a hurry to remove the equipment and used side cutters to remove the cables. Any input will be appreciated.
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Ken S
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Did you have the serial numbers loged in with raymarine?
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Raymarine has gone for the widescreen format, none of the new units will fit directly to your console. But you have an excellent alternative, Simrad NSE12. NSE12 will fit the holes in your panel, you may have to do some minor adjustments in the corners, but that's all. NSE is a better MFD than anything currently offered by Raymarine.
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