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Old 08-01-2007
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Many of the transducer units are made by Airmar, and may be compatible with a number of head units. What you need to do is find out what frequency transducer it is, and if possible what brand OEM'd the part. If you get the same brand of instrument as was originaly attached to the head, there is a higher chance that they'll work together. However, you may find that a new head unit is almost as expensive as getting the head unit with transducer. In that case, I'd spring the extra money and get the new transducer as well.
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