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In Hull transducer Kit for Fibreglass Hulls

Nasa  In-Hull transducer Kit for Fibreglass Hulls
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Nasa In-Hull transducer Kit for Fibreglass Hulls
- This kit contains all the components required to install a standard 38mm diameter echo sounder transducer within the hull of a glass fibre constructed vessel.
• No need for a hole to be drilled through the bottom of your boat
• Easy to fit - afloat or not!
• Suitable for all 38mm (1 1/2") depth transducers
• Includes: Housing tube (L100mm - can be cut to angle of hull), housing top cap, back nut, pot of oil, filler kit with spreader, illustrated instructions.
Max hull deadrise 40 degrees

PLEASE NOTE: Not suitable for glass fibre hulls thicker than 19mm (3/4") or aluminium, steel or wooden hulls.

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Product Questions

Hi, may I ask what type of liquid is used with this in - hull kit please? Thanks

The liquid in the tube is an oil that the tranducer is surounded by once the mounting tube is sucurly bonded into the hull with the supplied filler.

9/7/19

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Hi do you supply just the oil? Thanks

You can use regular vegetable oil in the tube.

26/7/19

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In Hull transducer Kit for fibreglass boats. 1. Does the kit include wiring: if not, what wiring is needed, do you sell it?2. My boat is a very old - probably close on 50 years - Mk 1 Corribee. It has a Clipper Duet fitted, with through hull fittings. I've removed them, and wish to use an in hull transducer for the echo-sounder. Is the modern transducer - which seems to look exactly like the old one - likely to work with the old Clipper Duet (which looks very like the modern one? Best wishes,Ian Crockatt

Any wiring that would be needed would be provided with the Clipper, no additional wiring should be needed to use the in-hull kit. It is most likely that you will be able to use the new transducer with the old unit. I would suggest testing the transducer on your clipper unit before you install it. That way if there were any issue, we would be able to accept a return
13/08/19

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