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Troy Shadow X5
« on: September 06, 2009, 06:29:01 am »
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Bit of advice please.
If I made my own detector and coil via your great advice is there any type of material you need to use to water proof the coil as I was thinking of using a under ground cable splice kit as it has a 2 pac resin that is water proof and non conductive. Was wondering if this would be OK as the cable joints eg soldered etc would be in it as well. All of it done in a plastic circle mould with some form of plastic bracket made to attach to a pole.


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