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Old 09-07-2014, 11:08 AM
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Does anyone have any idea when a stainless steel version will be available - a SS175HW?
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Old 09-08-2014, 12:50 PM
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Old 09-08-2014, 01:10 PM
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To date no one I have spoken to is aware of any plans to expand the B175C-HW into a stainless version.
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Old 09-08-2014, 01:16 PM
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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post
To date no one I have spoken to is aware of any plans to expand the B175C-HW into a stainless version.

They would sell a ton of them. When I think tin boat I think PNW. and that would be a perfect place to use one.
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They would sell a ton of them. When I think tin boat I think PNW. and that would be a perfect place to use one.
Agreed.
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Originally Posted by The Kid View Post
They would sell a ton of them. When I think tin boat I think PNW. and that would be a perfect place to use one.
Well let's hope Airmar read this and produce a stainless steel version of 175C-HW
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Originally Posted by BCTony View Post
Well let's hope Airmar read this and produce a stainless steel version of 175C-HW
A lot of guys are not waiting. They are welding tabs on the transom that can hold a non conductive bracket for the transducer.

Many examples in this forum. I think it is worth the effort if you have access and ability to do it too.
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Those with NSS Evo2 or SonarHub can also use the High Wide part of TM275LH-W.
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Old 09-09-2014, 08:46 PM
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Originally Posted by The Kid View Post
A lot of guys are not waiting. They are welding tabs on the transom that can hold a non conductive bracket for the transducer.

Many examples in this forum. I think it is worth the effort if you have access and ability to do it too.
This is an option I am looking at - the problem is finding a location to mount that will have undisturbed water flow. The most convenient position is directly behind one or other of the thru-hull 175LH pair.
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