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Old 20-09-2013, 08:37   #1
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Benmar Power unit, course keeper 210 binnacle and raytheon Radar unit

I recently installed a new system on my 1981 Bristol 41.1 and have stored the old equipment in the garage. The three units above I have and believe they might help someone in the right place at the right time. Give me an offer! I can send pics for you to see.
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Old 18-12-2013, 16:35   #2
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Re: Benmar Power unit, course keeper 210 binnacle and raytheon Radar unit

Do the power unit and binnacle have the cables to the control head, or did they get chopped off? Could you please send me pics and an idea of what you would take for them (not interested in the Raytheon unit). Thanks Brian
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Re: Benmar Power unit, course keeper 210 binnacle and raytheon Radar unit

Some more information on the Radar please.
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Re: Benmar Power unit, course keeper 210 binnacle and raytheon Radar unit

Bryan, I have this same unit in my 1980 uniflite. mine will keep course for a few minutes and then cut hard. maybe I could get it working between the two. I am in SD. Thanks, Mark
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sorry, the CC210. what are you asking.
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Re: Benmar Power unit, course keeper 210 binnacle and raytheon Radar unit

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Bryan, I have this same unit in my 1980 uniflite. mine will keep course for a few minutes and then cut hard. maybe I could get it working between the two. I am in SD. Thanks, Mark
There's a guy in Idyllwilde, California, Bob Edwards, who can repair any of the units for a CourseKeeper 210 and probably any other Benmar autopilot. He's a genius. Has rebuilt all three parts of our 210 and it works flawlessly.

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