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467 peter seminara RE: Drilling a big hole in the bottom 6/11/2005 16:10:00

Try the shoot through the hull. No need to drill holes. I have one on
my 2004 2520XL it works great.

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Subject: [parkerboats] Drilling a big hole in the bottom

I would like to put a through hull Fish Finder transducer in my 2320
but i dread cutting such a big hole in my sweet baby.
Can any one advise on the best placement?


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