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332C And X51 Transducer

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Hey guys I was just wondering if anyone used a transducer from an X51 for their 332c Lowrance units. I have an X51 mounted on the trolling motor with one of the non-temp transducers. Now I want to move my 332c up front.

According to the Lowrance FAQ section I should be able to use the transducer for the 332c that I was using for the X51. Basically, I just wanted to see if anyone else has done this?

Thanks everyone.

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Hey guys I was just wondering if anyone used a transducer from an X51 for their 332c Lowrance units. I have an X51 mounted on the trolling motor with one of the non-temp transducers. Now I want to move my 332c up front.

According to the Lowrance FAQ section I should be able to use the transducer for the 332c that I was using for the X51. Basically, I just wanted to see if anyone else has done this?

Thanks everyone.

Yes, your X51 came with a gray connector 200 kHz ducer. These are compatible with blue connector units like your 332C, minus the temp sensor. Since you indicate your current grey connector ducer is without temp anyway, you are good.

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