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Old 30 November 2007, 11:11   #11
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Originally Posted by Limey Linda View Post
Thankyou jya
I did not know about the PS 2000. It is just what I need and well priced too.
There used to be a second; the PS 1000; it was a stripped down little brother to the PS 2000. As I recall, fewer DSC options, no hailer or foghorn functions. Seems to have disappeared from the offering, though it does still show up on e-bay and the like.


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Old 30 November 2007, 21:57   #12
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I built a small bracket to hold my Lowrance Globalmap... now upgraded to an LCX-25C. If gets the unit out of the line of sight, and the controls are at my finger-tips when my hand is on the throttle.

The radio is underneath the throttle box and out of the way, but easily heard and seen. I use a Standard Horizon Quest.

I've used this set up for 10 years and wouldn't change a thing about it...
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