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Transducer Pole Mounts For Panoptix #13836544 01/07/21 09:30 PM
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All Aboard Marine is definitely the way to go! Made the mistake of buying the SeeLite first and on the second day, on Rayburn, in rough water.... the thing wobbled loose from the deck mount. When you are running in rough water, the thing bounces around no matter how it is stowed - on the deck, on the side of the boat or even taken loose and strapped down. It could be a good device but needs some tweaking and also takes up alot of deck space. The All Aboard mount bolted right to my Ultrex in a few minutes and is like a rock! Very well built and takes up ZERO deck space! It was a little more expensive than the SeeLite but well worth the extra money!

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Re: Transducer Pole Mounts For Panoptix [Re: Larry Dean] #13836751 01/07/21 11:52 PM
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Does this work with the Livescope and Active Target?


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Re: Transducer Pole Mounts For Panoptix [Re: Larry Dean] #13837027 01/08/21 02:38 AM
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I feel like I need to tell my side for Seelite and I'm not associated with them. It stays put on the inside and outside of boat when running and has never came loose. So it doesn't take up deck space if it's mounted correctly and you have it stowed on outside. It's worked great and I'm happy with their product.

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