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Topic: Epoxy for transucer?  (Read 454 times)

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Brent says in this video he uses EPOXY.  Forward to the 3:00 minute mark.


The epoxy I have used in the past did not flex enough.  Plastic kayaks flex.  Any bump and the transducer pops off the hull.
Is there something different about glass?  I have a have a hard time believing this is the best idea.  Heated Marine Goop worked great for me.

Owners of Stealth glass kayaks, what glue did you use?


Jonah 1:17 "Now the LORD had prepared a great fish"

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West System makes an epoxy specific for plastic.  Standard epoxy works on plastic hulls that are properly prepared.  Had one in my first kayak & it lived atop my truck for several years w/o breaking free.

Water bath is best for kayaks.