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Old 24-11-2017, 07:44   #1
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Furuno 1263 Radar value in the Caribbean?

We just upgraded to a 4G radar. The 2012 Furuno works well, but does not integrate into our new B&G system. Will anyone in the Bahamas or Caribbean be interested in a 5 year-old radar?

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Old 24-11-2017, 19:33   #2
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Re: Furuno 1263 Radar value in the Caribbean?

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Old 24-11-2017, 22:44   #3
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Re: Furuno 1263 Radar value in the Caribbean?

Are you sure of that model number? Looks strange to me!

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Haha, thanks Jim. It should be 1623. No wonder there haven't been any comments. Any idea how to edit the post title?
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Re: Furuno 1263 Radar value in the Caribbean?

1623

Good radar. I am not there unfortunatelly.

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Re: Furuno 1263 Radar value in the Caribbean?

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Haha, thanks Jim. It should be 1623. No wonder there haven't been any comments. Any idea how to edit the post title?
Click the little red triangle at the left hand edge of the post. A message box will appear, and you can request that a moderator make the change for you.

The 1623 is a good entry level radar, and if priced reasonably should be snapped up in any cruising area.

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