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anyone recognise this transducer?




It has a number stamped on it, WT-20 A.

Which way is front and back?
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Does it matter if it is a fishfinder or depth transducer?
Are they the same thing?

How do you make a fairing block?

Why is it such a weird shape?
Do those protrusions assist it's operation?
What if I cut them off?
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I have one aswell

Hello,
I was wondering if you ever found out anything about the transducer.
I acquired one and I know nothing about it.
If you happen to know anything, even a brand name of a mating sonar/ fish finding unit. that would be great. I will also let you know if I find anything.
Thanks,
Isaac
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front/ back

Mine has a angle bracket, and it looks like it was mounted square edge facing the bow.
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