Progress at Last

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    Posted: 18 Sep 2019 at 2:04pm
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Joined: 10 Aug 2011
Location: Waiuku
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Months ago I broke the fish finder on my kayak, I foolishly thought it was OK to get it wet but apparently not.  Anyway I bought a replacement ages ago but didn't get around to fitting it as the transducer bracket I had that fitted in the kayak wouldn't fit the new transducer, which was annoying because I bought a Lowrance fishfinder as I already had the Lowrance transducer bracket.  Anyway today I finally got round to measuring the transducer and designing a bracket for it that I 3D printed.  I'm quite pleased with the results, maybe now I'll get round to actually fitting the unit onto the kayak.
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