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11-07-2009 02:05 PM
cream9
Horzion Ds 30 Depth Finder

Hello-
I have a Horizon DS 30 Depth Finder, I just took out of my boat , it was working fine, but you will need to use your transponder and the line was cut on this one. Let me know if your interested.
thanks,
Larry
11-02-2009 10:44 PM
dieselboy I have one in my cal 29 as well and the transducer is no longer operation. I understand that Standard Horizon is no longer in the business of selling these and do not sell replacements. I have heard and read that they are 200 khz and that another sensor on the same khz will work .. I HAVE NOT CONFIRMED THAT!
But, i am in the same boat as you.
10-23-2009 09:31 PM
oorion
standard horizon DS30 depth sounder

yes I have looked at the SN store and ebay. I really would like to find one since I dont want to cut a new hole to mount a different design.

Thanks for your response
10-23-2009 01:06 PM
smackdaddy Hey oorion - welcome to SN dude. Have you check the SN store?
10-22-2009 02:20 PM
oorion
First Post, need a standard horizon DS30 depth sounder

This is my first post. I am urgently needing a replacement for my standard horizon DS 30 depth sounder. I have a Cat 27 that I am trying to get out of the slip the first time this year! I checked ebay to no avail. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

 
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