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You should probably really start a separate thread for your post, since you're pretty much off-topic. It would also help if you said what make/model fishfinder, transducer and boat you had—since, if you have the right transducer and boat, you can often get away with doing an in-hull installation. Of course, this is really not recommended if you have a triducer type transducer, which does speed, depth and temp. If all you want from it is the fish finding/depth sounder portion to work and you have a boat with a solid glass hull, you can probably do an oil-bath installation.

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Does anyone have any thoughts on this working with the Knotmeter can I re-use the Datamarine ducer? My Datamarine Depth Sounder died, so I'm thinking while I'm at it.....

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