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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-16-2008 11:12 PM
sailingdog Not all transducers require drilling a hole. Some are designed to shoot through solid fiberglass hulls. Won't work with a cored hull though.
04-16-2008 10:48 PM
craigtoo Linky...

Depth Marine, Parts Accessories, Outdoor Sports items on eBay.com
04-16-2008 10:46 PM
craigtoo (what they said....)

..and

Ebay has the occasional Depth Sounder for cheap.. but it will require a hole in the hull if there isn't one already...

....and Welcome to Sailnet...!!!!
04-16-2008 05:31 PM
T34C Ditto. (I think many of those can be had for close to $70)

Eagle Cuda 168 Fish Finder
04-16-2008 04:15 PM
BarryL Yes,

repair it by buying a cheap fish finder and installing it. The cheapest models cost about $100

fish finder EAGLE CUDA 168 110-37, Eagle Electronics. The eagle cuda 168 fish finder

You can mount the transducer inside the hull, so you don't need any more holes in the boat.

If you have more money, color is nice. If you want a chart plotter and don't have one, you can get a nice small color chartplotter / SONAR unit for under $400.

Good luck,
Barry
04-16-2008 03:26 PM
buckbob
depth finder

I own a Tanzer 22. The depth finder has not functioned since I bought it. Since I am planning on becoming more adventurous this season, I thought it wise to do a repair.

Any suggestions on how to start?

 
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