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Question Navico / Raymarine transducers

On newly acquired ’88 H35, the Navico speed, depth and wind are all unserviceable.
Speed transducer is missing one vane on the impeller.
Both transducers are lying in the bilge with the maintenance plugs in. Boat is on the hard.
Question: Can I replace the two thru-hull transducers with the current Raymarine ST60+ transducers. They look approximately the same size.
If not what would have to do to make it work?

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Most of the transducers are made by Airmar. It would probably be wise to call them and ask if the transducers are the same size...


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