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Old 05-27-2004, 12:00 PM
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Default How do I re-attach my transducer for depth finder

It's just rolling around the bottom of my Baja. It looks like it has epoxy on it. Do I use epoxy? Or can I use silicone? How about resin would that stick better? Do I just put more over what is there? I do know I need a nice coat of it with no air bubbles.

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Old 05-27-2004, 12:24 PM
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Default Re: How do I re-attach my transducer for depth finder

I tried for 5 years to get the transducer to stick to the bottom of my warlock. Tried everything...epoxy,silicone etc. Nothing worked. I finally ground down a little bit bigger area, and used some glas mat about 2" wide to form a cross over top of it as well as epoxy. Never moved again!!!
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use an epoxy mix, you can get it at any hardware store just make sure it is for resin and plastics. Make sure your sender is placed flat to ensure a good reading, especially if you boat near sand bars and shallow water.
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