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Old 04-09-2014, 04:03 PM   #46
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I like my 2610

I bought this thing rebuilt several years ago for $200. Super easy to use. Only problem is the screen is not very bright in the sunlight and the touch screen can be hard to poke correctly. All I do is 1) load routes into it and have it tell me where to go and 2) watch on the scrolling map when I want to know if a turn is coming up. It's wired into my Autocom. Well, I got some free Amazon bucks a while back and decided to get a new Zumo 350. That thing is a pain in the ass. To many options, when you tell it to start a route it wants to know what way point it should use. If you tell it the wrong one you're screwed. And then it freaks out. I'm going back to the 2610. I can live with the last version of CNNA. Anybody want a Zumo cheap?
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Old 04-18-2014, 04:30 PM   #47
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I bought this thing rebuilt several years ago for $200. Super easy to use. Only problem is the screen is not very bright in the sunlight and the touch screen can be hard to poke correctly. All I do is 1) load routes into it and have it tell me where to go and 2) watch on the scrolling map when I want to know if a turn is coming up. It's wired into my Autocom. Well, I got some free Amazon bucks a while back and decided to get a new Zumo 350. That thing is a pain in the ass. To many options, when you tell it to start a route it wants to know what way point it should use. If you tell it the wrong one you're screwed. And then it freaks out. I'm going back to the 2610. I can live with the last version of CNNA. Anybody want a Zumo cheap?
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Old 05-20-2014, 11:18 PM   #48
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Old 06-04-2014, 06:59 PM   #49
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Old 06-06-2014, 04:56 PM   #50
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Old 06-12-2014, 03:42 PM   #51
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Old 06-16-2014, 05:18 PM   #52
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I bought this thing rebuilt several years ago for $200. Super easy to use. Only problem is the screen is not very bright in the sunlight and the touch screen can be hard to poke correctly. All I do is 1) load routes into it and have it tell me where to go and 2) watch on the scrolling map when I want to know if a turn is coming up. It's wired into my Autocom. Well, I got some free Amazon bucks a while back and decided to get a new Zumo 350. That thing is a pain in the ass. To many options, when you tell it to start a route it wants to know what way point it should use. If you tell it the wrong one you're screwed. And then it freaks out. I'm going back to the 2610. I can live with the last version of CNNA. Anybody want a Zumo cheap?
so what are you asking for the zumo, assuming you still have it.
thanks
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Old 06-16-2014, 11:05 PM   #53
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I bought this thing rebuilt several years ago for $200. Super easy to use. Only problem is the screen is not very bright in the sunlight and the touch screen can be hard to poke correctly. All I do is 1) load routes into it and have it tell me where to go and 2) watch on the scrolling map when I want to know if a turn is coming up. It's wired into my Autocom. Well, I got some free Amazon bucks a while back and decided to get a new Zumo 350. That thing is a pain in the ass. To many options, when you tell it to start a route it wants to know what way point it should use. If you tell it the wrong one you're screwed. And then it freaks out. I'm going back to the 2610. I can live with the last version of CNNA. Anybody want a Zumo cheap?
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:13 AM   #54
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Old 09-05-2014, 08:36 PM   #55
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Old 09-28-2014, 09:23 AM   #56
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Old 11-07-2014, 06:59 AM   #57
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Garmin 60CX, Southeast maps, TAT maps

I'm selling a package deal which includes:
  • a Garmin 60CX GPS in great working condition
  • the Garmin TOPO maps US 24K disc for the Southeast
  • Trans Am Trail maps and roll charts for TN, MS plus the North and South bound Mississippi Hill Country Trails maps and roll charts.
  • Ram Mount for the Garmin 60CX
I can't figure out how to post pictures but I do have some that I can text or email if someone's interested.
The GPS works like new and has normal scratches from normal use but nothing beyond minor cosmetic scratches. It includes the original box, the trip and waypoint manager, the owners manual and everything that was in the box when purchased. It's all there and works correctly.
The TOPO maps disc was bought directly from Garmin so it's not a bootleg disc and it's not scratched or damaged and works correctly.
The Ram mount includes the cradle for the Garmin 60CX and the motorcycle handlebar mount kit that I used to mount it to my KTM 950 handlebars.
The TAT maps and roll charts were used only once and everything is readable and in good condition. The actual roll chart holder is NOT included but all of the maps and navigation roll charts are included.
If you purchased these items separately they'd be about $600, which is about what I paid.
PACKAGE DEAL PRICE $350
PM me if you're interested. Jason
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Old 11-18-2014, 01:27 PM   #58
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