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Depth Finder Mounting #13306693 10/09/19 08:37 PM
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Hi guys i have a native slayer propel 10 that i am looking to mount a depth finder to any suggestions? i have seen a few pictures of them mounted in the rear but not sure exactly how i would do that

Re: Depth Finder Mounting [Re: Mooreg9] #13306698 10/09/19 08:41 PM
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Are you asking about the head unit or the transducer?

Re: Depth Finder Mounting [Re: Mooreg9] #13307945 10/11/19 12:42 AM
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I just used the Railblaza Transducer kit to mount the transducer up front on the rail and the head unit closer to the back right next to the seat.

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