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Rigging new boat I have dr 1000 depth raider and just got 2 new digi troll 10 will they work together will the cable on the 10 work with depth raid I have had the depth raider for years I heard they make a new Antena and wire

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They will work together but I believe you will loose the auto-stop on the downrigger because when you put the DR's coated cable on it.

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Thanks for ans but I wanted to know if depth raider came out with a new cable not coated and a new antane I would like my new digi troll with everything working or I'm going to have buy fish hawk x4 thank yourself

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Not that I have seen. The only two downspeed/downtemp systems that don't use a coated cable are the FishHawk and the SmartTroll which both use a probe system that transmits from the probe to a transducer.

Torpedo Diver did come out with a stainless sheath cable and a solid tube antenna for use with the Depth Raider and SubTroll systems that is more durable than the rubber coated cable and spring antenna. Still requires a special cable for the probe rigger -- just a different material. https://www.torpedodivers.com/scart/product_details.asp?ItemNum=ZP0010

Depth Raider says that it will work to limited depths with uncoated cable, but not what I found. When I had one anytime the sheath got damaged and exposed the inner coar of the coax to water, it stopped working or was very intermittent once the place where the sheath was missing got under the water.

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