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Old 07-21-2008, 09:23 AM
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I have the 4 series w/built-in antenna and has the fish finder. The transducer is a transom mount, but I flush mounted inside the bilge w/epoxy and it works great on the Pantera. Very fast map refresh and the screen size works well. It came pre-loaded with all US waterways. I believe it cost around $650 and it's well worth the cost.
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Old 07-21-2008, 09:48 AM
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I have a Garmin as well, LOVE it...
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rob ,what transducer do you have , i take the "in hull" right?

naa, the bout came with a depth finger, hull has a cut out for the round puck,doesnt work on plane.
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Garmin 182C, Kinda small but it is enough for what I do.
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I've got a Garmin 440 and love it. Already had a depth finder so didn't care about the transducer.
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Garmin 498c
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Garmin 182C, Kinda small but it is enough for what I do.
had this unit in 2 boats and loved it..user friendly for sure. didnt need transducer cause i already had depth finder
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