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05-14-2008 07:55 PM
gbaklund I hauled out earlier this year and they painted the new Ray Marine ST 60+ transducers. You can use a brush and can or there is a spray paint available
05-14-2008 07:44 PM
EO32 I painted mine with Transducer paint. It comes in a little container with a brush. Why would you not?
05-14-2008 06:51 PM
dbruce85 For my transducer they recommended painting with a water based antifouling paint if left in salt water. For freah water. do not paint.
05-14-2008 03:07 PM
wchevron
Painting Transducer

just barrier coated my bottom and applied first coat of micron csc. should i paint the transducer with some transducer specific paint or leave it bare? it's a thru-hull transducer.

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