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TRANSDUCERS HELLO I AM LOOKING FOR A REPLACEMENT TRANSDUCER FOR MY WIDE EYE SERIAL#3893969. TRANSOM MOUNT. HOPE YOU CAN SOLVE THIS ONE....TOM

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You have to order this from the manufacture.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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