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Navman 4380 Color Fish/Depth Finder w/Hull MountTransducer - $200

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This finder was used on my boat for about three months (the cheapest I have found the finder by itself was $312 and the transducer is another $40). It comes with cables, face cover, transducer, manuals for everything, and everything seen in picture. This also come with the Smartcraft Gateways attachment that can be connected to mercury motors for diagnostics, fuel capacity, rpms, etc. This part alone costs anywhere from $100-$200 (I found it on amazon.com and it was $195) If interested please call 320-267-7903 or e-mail me through the site. I have pictures as well.

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could you email some pics etc...

cchristenson@wisc.edu

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sid, email me some pics please...

shorty_gonna_be@hotmail.com

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sid0120, thought I'd try to help you out with this unit. I have one on my Smokercraft- with a 115 opti. The Smartcraft interface is worth more than $200 alone! With it you can monitor, water temp, water pressure, fuel in gph or mpg, rpm, trim gauge, motor hours,speed and voltage. There is also a trolling interface that allows you to control your motor with this unit, you to bump your rpm up or down in 10 rpm increaments. Any alarm your gets will throw up a message also, I've seen it twice once for low oil and once for high temp (dang weeds ). That Smartcraft is just nice peace of mind. The graph itself has been good also with no issues. just my .02

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I am send me pics to cvikes80atyahoo.com please

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