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Skeeter transducer mounting #12550418
12/24/17 11:47 PM
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How are you Skeeter guys mounting our ducers to the back. I’ve seen some mounted to the jackplate somehow. I know I need to move mine cause I keep flipping it up on stumps.

Re: Skeeter transducer mounting [Re: woolyhogtail] #12550501
12/25/17 12:19 AM
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Mines mounted to the bottom of the step, right behind all the holes. Lol. Just surface mounted. Works really well there and it's safe from bottom contact.


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Re: Skeeter transducer mounting [Re: woolyhogtail] #12550533
12/25/17 12:36 AM
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Transducer shield and saver. Be sure to get the extension too for the jackplate

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