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Old 31-03-2011, 15:09   #16
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Re: Changing a thru-hull depth sounder in the water

Originally Posted by SeawindGirl View Post
How long was it weaping before you hauled and replaced it? Wow the airmar transducers are expensive - but looks like it would be perfect. Thanks for your help
Funny thing, we were out of the water for a week 3 yrs ago, after splashing the wood was weeping just as you describe. I started gathering all the bits for a quickhaul to fix it. Well 2 weeks later it was dryish and salt caked. I can only assume it swelled up again after being dry. I just replaced it a month ago.

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