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Hunter 30t Pulling wire

I just changed from a Pearson 30 to a Hunter 30T. I am trying to put in a new transducer. Unlike the Pearson there is no easy way to access the wiring. The old transducer seems to go under the floor and make a right angle up one of the "ribs".
Are there any tricks about Hunters I should know about to do wiring.

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