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#12631942 - 02/16/18 06:00 PM Garmin Echomap 94sv
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Registered: 02/09/10
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Loc: The Woodlands, TX
Anyone know if the transducer for this model can be mounted on the trolling motor? I just bought one and can't seem to find a trolling motor bracket for it. Bought it from Bass Pro Shops. Any help would be great. I think the transducer is a GT30 TM. Don't know if the TM means only transom mount.
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#12632209 - 02/16/18 08:35 PM Re: Garmin Echomap 94sv [Re: Johnny Boy]
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Loc: Grand Prairie
Transducer Shield and Saver has a trolling motor mount for that ducer.

https://www.transducershieldandsaver.com/product/tg-ds-vu/

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#12632828 - 02/17/18 10:37 AM Re: Garmin Echomap 94sv [Re: Johnny Boy]
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My echomap plus 73sv, 73cv and 93sv had both mounts in the box. Not sure if they are the same bolt pattern on the transducer but I have 2 extra trolling motor mounts if you would like one. It's the CV52HW-TM transducer.


Edited by Taylored (02/17/18 10:40 AM)

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#12632840 - 02/17/18 10:44 AM Re: Garmin Echomap 94sv [Re: Johnny Boy]
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That is a transom mount transducer but like BigCasey said Transducer Shield and Saver can hook you up with a bracket and saver to fit the trolling motor. Great people to do business with. A lady will answer the phone and she knows everything about their products. Just tell her what you got. thumb


Edited by GIG'EM AGGIES (02/17/18 10:45 AM)
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#12633380 - 02/17/18 06:50 PM Re: Garmin Echomap 94sv [Re: Johnny Boy]
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From what I read the transducer is 9" for the 94 and the others are 6".

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#12633384 - 02/17/18 06:53 PM Re: Garmin Echomap 94sv [Re: Johnny Boy]
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#12633514 - 02/17/18 08:32 PM Re: Garmin Echomap 94sv [Re: Johnny Boy]
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Originally Posted By: Johnny Boy
Anyone know if the transducer for this model can be mounted on the trolling motor? I just bought one and can't seem to find a trolling motor bracket for it. Bought it from Bass Pro Shops. Any help would be great. I think the transducer is a GT30 TM. Don't know if the TM means only transom mount.



That is a side scan ( side view as Garmin calls them ) transducer and they are always bigger. It comes with a bracket to mount on the transom. If you want to mount it on the trolling motor you'll have to buy a custom bracket for it. Transducer Shield & Saver is the place.
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Life is great!

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