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Old 04-07-2016, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default Total scan transducer placement on 2012 seahunt triton 225

Hey guys, just need thought on placement for the transducer.... In the pic you can see the old wholes from the p86 transducer and was going to place this over a bit so that the forklift doesn't knock it off.... What ya think?
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No pic.
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It won't attach...
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Was able to figure out the placement! Luckily a professional
Marine installer
Was at the marina and helped me with it! Also what's crazy is that 3 off the holes to screw the transponder
To the bracket had bad threads and now simrad will be sending me out a new transponder! I also installed the fusion black box and want to hook the simrad and the fusion black box together.... Do I need to add power to the nema2k or can I just
Connect them all together?
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Depends on what model fusion you have.
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