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I have been given this SI TEX MAX 10 NT I assume it works but it did not come with the external GPS unit, the power cord or the manual. Are these available? Thanks for any in-put.

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Do you still have this unit around? Can I have it?

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

Re: SI-TEX MAX 10 NT - SI-TEX MAX10 NT GPS Receiver GPS Devices

Yes, they are. Call SITEX 727-576-5995 x139

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