Sully Transducer Brackets for Outboard Motors
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A. Portable Transducer Bracket
- Quick removal from boat
- Simple depth adjustment provides low- and high-speed readings
- For boats with 15"-20" transom height and up to 2-1/8" thickness
- Aluminum construction
- Use with most transom mount transducers
B. Transducer Bracket for Pontoon and Thick-Transom Boats
- Mounts to front or rear by turning clamp to accommodate boat deck
- Adjustment range 18"-26"
- Clamp fits pontoon with up to 3-3/4" platform skirt
- Aluminum construction
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 47
Rated 4 out of 5 by Loutrout Sully Transducer Bracket
Liked not having to put holes in my Lund Fury. Bracket easy to assemble, reasonably strong, and does what I wanted. Did make some minor adjustments for mounting bracket supports and had to replace the transducer screws with longer ones. Lift feature is nice when loading or launching and when pulling up on shore. Satisfied customer.
July 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by dahlonega transducer bracket
excellent for installing transducer to boat without drilling holes in boat .have a g3 boat .
April 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by jim7777 not worth it
I bought one and once I opened it and started putting it together and mounting it, I found it didn't come with the correct hardware to actually mount a transducer to it. The nuts and bolts provided for mounting the transducer were to small to mount anything to it with. For the price I payed for it, I expect to get what I need to use it and not have to go purchase other items.
March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by 3Eagles perfect solution for stepped transom
I bought the pontoon/thick hull version because my 17 foot bowrider has a stepped hull and transom and a general shape that made installation of the transducer a problem.
I was able to install the bracket at the edge of the outboard well and had NO HOLEs in my transom and still placed the transducer in the optimal postion. I could not have mounted at all without this bracket.
I ran the cables inside and through the cable boot for the outboard... again no holes.
I am going add a dap of marine sealant as a cushion against the sharp edges so the cable won't be cut from vibration. A rubber pad in the back( or sealant blob# to ensure it does not scratch the transom might be suggested.
I did find it best to drill and countersink the plate to mount the trasducer. # SS screws and nuts)
October 3, 2013
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