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Sully Transducer Brackets for Outboard Motors
after buying another item from bass pro we found that we needed this mount to make it work. the shipping was amazing and the product looks and works better than we expected. my only issues with it was the lack of detail in the assembly instructions. persons that are not as patient or used to going it without a plan may return this item due to this problem. will buy another if need arises!!!
August 25, 2012
Very strong and worked great on my 1997 Lowe 16' boat. Great purchase and worth every penny.
July 2, 2012
Great as a mobile tranducer mount
The bad rap on this product comes from rather poor instructions for assembly. The company should listen to their buyers and include color photos and larger print.
April 13, 2012
I give it a 4 start. Overall for the price, its well worth it. Seems to be crafted well and its one of the only ones I could find. Ya the instructions or horrible, but its not hard to figure out from the pic.
I will have to get new bolts and do a minor mod on portable piranha 160 to get it mounted proper. I have no problems with that. It will be great not to always have to put the suction mount on every few mins.
January 7, 2012
I have a portable 160. It will fit after a few adjusts with the mount of the transducer. I just cut off the top piece of the transducer mount to sit if flush against the bracket. Just have to find a longer carriage bolt and I should be set.
I'm having a hard time figuring how this bracket mounts to a pontoon platform. Is the extension from the bracket clamp used in multiple positions (horizontal and verical)? This seems like a transom mount clamp based on the pictures.
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