A thru-hull transducer is a transducer that requires drilling a 2”hole in the hull of your boat. When the hole is drilled the transducer is installed by sliding the threaded shaft of the transducer from underneath the boat into the inside of the hull where a threaded lock nut is placed making the transducer “sandwich” the hull.
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- 4 Key Steps to Successfully Transom Mounting a Fish Finder or Depth Sounder Transducer
- Connecting a HawkEye Boat Mount Depth Finder to Another Manufacturer's Transducer
- Transom Mount Transducer Tech Tutorial Video
- HawkEye® D10D - D10DX Product Orientation Video
- I Cannot Get a Reading While Trying to Shoot-Thru My Sailboat Hull.
- How do I transom mount a transducer?
- Glue-In Transducer Instructions with Illustrations
- What is the current draw on your boat mount depth finders
- What Types of Boat Hulls Are Glue-In Compatible?