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Stoli

Depth gauge ?

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Stoli

Can’t seem to get a picture to upload. So I will describe the part in question. It has 1 black wire going to it, says Airmar on top with numbers and lines starting at 2 all the way up to 22 and is not flat. It has about a 10 degree angle cut that is parallel with the top.  It sits on the hull for sure just did not know if there was a particular orientation to reattaching it. Does it use the angle for the top to be semi level ? Please let me know what it is and how to orient. Thanks in advance. 

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ahopkinsVTX

I can’t help you with the depth finder question. Although the uploading of pictures can be solved by becoming a supporting member. It allows you to upload pictures straight from your phone and computer plus unlocking quite a few discount codes to various websites. 

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Eagleboy99
2 hours ago, Stoli said:

Can’t seem to get a picture to upload. So I will describe the part in question. It has 1 black wire going to it, says Airmar on top with numbers and lines starting at 2 all the way up to 22 and is not flat. It has about a 10 degree angle cut that is parallel with the top.  It sits on the hull for sure just did not know if there was a particular orientation to reattaching it. Does it use the angle for the top to be semi level ? Please let me know what it is and how to orient. Thanks in advance. 

This one?  http://www.airmar.com/productdescription.html?id=198

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chris4x4gill2

You want it to be as level as possible with the boat floating. The sensor should be parallel to the water surface.

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Stoli

Yes, the link provided was the correct depth gauge. Thanks for letting me know the correct mounting also. These forums are great for info. Thanks to all. 

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