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Old 23 March 2013, 17:15   #1
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Has anyone on here fitted these in a location other than as a transom "skimmer"? I guess I mean fixed to the hull as a pair (apparently the software allows for this?) or, and this is a long shot, glued in somewhere as a through hull? I'm curious...
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Has anyone on here fitted these in a location other than as a transom "skimmer"? I guess I mean fixed to the hull as a pair (apparently the software allows for this?) or, and this is a long shot, glued in somewhere as a through hull? I'm curious...
There are specific models which allow for this. StructureScan HD - LOWRANCE | Marine Electronics

Looks like there is a skimmer, a single through hull, or a pair through hull. I would imagine on a rib you could fit the through hull single in a planing pad but it would have to be quite large I imagine, or else a pair either side.
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