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Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post

I generally prefer an oil-bath in-hull transducer installation, rather than using silicone sealant.
This is an "oil-bath" transducer. The sealant is to seal the "bathtup" to the hull. After the sealant cures, you fill the part sealed to the hull with 71 ml (2.4 fl. oz.) of mineral oil or a particular kind of anti-freeze, then lock the transducer in.

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