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Up The Creek Without a Speed Indicator

I have clipper marine speed /depth unit on my boat,and the plastic cap that screws to the hull is cracked.Dummy me I thought why not epoxy the ring back together,wrong answer!.I could not get the threads cleared to screw it back on.I know clipper is and english firm,anyone out there in the U.S. know of a dealer for them. I really hate seeing that paddle wheel thru hull mocking me every time I go on board.
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