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Garmin GT8HW-TM Plastic Transom-Mount Transducer

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Item #: 333540
Garmin GT8HW-TM Plastic Transom-Mount Transducer
Garmin GT8HW-TM Plastic Transom-Mount Transducer
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The Garmin GT8HW-TM transducer is perfect for shallow water fishermen who want clear bottom definition under the boat as well as crisp, clear, and wide fish arches with excellent target separation. The wider beam width - up to 24° beam angle - provides a larger coverage area in the water. The 8-pin transducer features high wide band CHIRP traditional sonar (145-230 kHz) and has a power rating of 250W. It can be mounted on the transom or a trolling motor. Sturdy plastic construction will resist corrosion. Includes GT8HW-TM transducer, transom-mount, trolling motor mount, mounting hardware, and installation instructions. Maximum depth of 800'.
  • Great for shallow water fishermen
  • CHIRP technology provides ultra-clear images
  • Wide fish arches with great target separation
  • Durable, marine-grade construction
Unit Weight
1.20 lb
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