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Blum587 Posted - May 20 2019 : 17:45:50
Hello all,
I am replacing my thru hull which is located just forward of my starboard engine. Does anyone know what angle I need? That is my main question.

I have an 1.5 inch hole and will hook it up via Nema200 network. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance!

Bart
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Blum587 Posted - Jun 16 2019 : 16:36:06
Thanks for the replies. I ended up findin it to be a cored hull, opening it up to a 2 inch hole (bigger on the inside layers), and made an epoxy cavity to seal it between the layers. Then installed a garmin intelliducer, and putting it on my NEMA2000 network. Works great

Thanks
Kellyg Posted - May 22 2019 : 00:53:31
Regal hull is solid fiberglass
sugilbert Posted - May 21 2019 : 19:43:23
If you've got the time, out of the water, just measure the old one with a cheap protractor.
Bob J Posted - May 21 2019 : 18:47:43
quote:
Originally posted by Blum587

Also, would mine have a cored hull, or solid?

Thanks


That w/b a great question to boat mfg!

BOB J
Bob J Posted - May 21 2019 : 18:47:40
quote:
Originally posted by Blum587

Also, would mine have a cored hull, or solid?

Thanks


That w/b a great question to boat mfg!

BOB J
Blum587 Posted - May 21 2019 : 17:46:48
Also, would mine have a cored hull, or solid?

Thanks

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