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Before I remove the instruments, I wanted to get a sense of value for them. Is anyone is interested in them and their value. I have no idea how old they are. They are installed on 1981 boat, so I suspect that they could be that old. All are in working condition.
I have 3 of the LX series instruments. Speed, Depth and Wind.
The masthead unit was rebuilt last summer with a new connector, bearings and transducer. Everything works, the faces have a little wear on them. You can have the transducers also.
I thought if I an sell them here, it will save me the troubles of Ebay.
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What do you want for them? I may need all of them! Please send me a private message

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That's what the classified section of the sailnet website is for.

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Will you sell the masthead unit alone, and if so, how much?
Do you have a digital photo you could send? Does it have a long arm
with the wind direction indicator on top, wind speed on the bottom and a twist-lock electrical connector? Also, a hole in the end of the long mounting shaft through which a pin secures it to the masthead bracket?
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Before I remove the instruments, I wanted to get a sense of value for them. Is anyone is interested in them and their value. I have no idea how old they are. They are installed on 1981 boat, so I suspect that they could be that old. All are in working condition.
I have 3 of the LX series instruments. Speed, Depth and Wind.
The masthead unit was rebuilt last summer with a new connector, bearings and transducer. Everything works, the faces have a little wear on them. You can have the transducers also.
I thought if I an sell them here, it will save me the troubles of Ebay.
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I can use them all, my old ones were just zapped by lightning. can you give me a price.
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Umm, you guys do realize that the OP is over a year old, and he probably sold the instruments a while back.

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Before I remove the instruments, I wanted to get a sense of value for them. Is anyone is interested in them and their value. I have no idea how old they are. They are installed on 1981 boat, so I suspect that they could be that old. All are in working condition.
I have 3 of the LX series instruments. Speed, Depth and Wind.
The masthead unit was rebuilt last summer with a new connector, bearings and transducer. Everything works, the faces have a little wear on them. You can have the transducers also.
I thought if I an sell them here, it will save me the troubles of Ebay.

Do you still have these instruments? I am looking for a Datamarine wind instrument and masthead.
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I will have a working datamarine wind and speed units available in a few weeks. PM me if you're interested. (The depth unit is shot)

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Are your Data Marine instruments still available for sale? If so would you drop me a line at your convenience. Thanks. Ichibuns
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Hi Guys

I have a complete set of working Datamarine instruments which I replaced 3 years ago. All were in good working conditions. This includes: S200DL Depth with transducer and cable, a S100KL Speed / Distance with the wheel paddle tranducer and cables, a LX 3600 Wind speed and direction whith the masthead unit and cables, a A181 Chart table log repeater and light control. This is what they used to call the Corinthian Series. I would like to sell them as a lot. Make offers, they are sitting in my basement in Quebec since 2 years.

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