Humminbird® MS - M Sonar Mount

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Humminbird® MS - M Sonar Mount for 300, 500 and 700 Series Fishfinders.

Add a second mounting location for your Humminbird® sonar unit, or replace a worn existing mount with this MS-M Mount. Durable, OEM design includes base and tilt / swivel snap mount and all mounting hardware. Fits 300, 500 and 700 Series Humminbird Fishfinders.

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