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Transducer Mounting Plate

   

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Eliminate unnecessary holes in the transom of your aluminum or fiberglass boat caused by installing sonar transducers and paddle wheels. Maintenance-free, high-density polyethylene plate will not corrode and is pre-drilled for easy installation. They hold up to 4 accessories and allow unrestricted placement of transducers. Stainless steel screws included.
Transducer Mounting Plate 4.8 5 12 12
Works Great This plate works perfectly if you have multiple transducers to mount, especially on an aluminum boat. If you have a side imaging transducer, its almost a must. I had to move my SI transducer a couple of inches 3-4 times to find just the right spot with the clearest view. Kept me from having to put multiple holes in my boat. Installation was a breeze, I attached it with silicon epoxy, used the 2 screws it came with for added strength, then sealed around it completely with silicon. It doesn't budge, looks good, and gives me the flexibility to move my transducers without worrying about drilling more holes in the hull. June 13, 2014
GOOD PRODUCT WAS EASY TO MOUNT TO BOAT AND TRANSDUCERS MOUNTED EASILY June 3, 2013
Expectations Met Material works well with transducer and paddle wheel. Had to make a concave indent so the product would neatly fit over a rivet - no problems encountered. Mounting went well. Note: Do not use GOOP with this unit's material. GOOP has a statement on their product stating this fact. Thank you for the quick shipment. February 6, 2013
I like it! This plate is perfect for what I needed. I mounted my transducer to it so far, and it works great. Now I have plenty of room to mount other things if I want to without drilling more holes in my transom. I intended to mount the plate with glue as suggested in previous comments instead of drilling into my aluminum boat, but that did not work for me. The plate is perfectly flat, but I guess the transom of my boat is not. It would have taken a lot of glue. So I mounted it by following the directions and drilling two small holes, using liberal amounts of silicone sealant on the screws. Then I ran a bead all around the edge of the plate and sealed it completely. Works great. Looks great. No leaks at all. It was definitely worth the price, and worth drilling two small holes in my boat. July 4, 2012
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This is made to be used on fiberglass boats.
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Looking to mount this to my aluminum jon boat without drilling holes. Will this stick to aluminum securely?
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I have a 15' V-Lake aluminum Tracker & this bracket mounts on the transom solidly. Had to put a rubber pad behind the mounting plate where it contacts the boat so it doesn't scratch the boat. Running at 25 mph & no problems with i being stable & solid.
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Yes. I have not had to drill any holes in
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Will it work on a kayak?

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the bottom of my kayak isn't very flat
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If you follow the directions on where to
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The flatness would be an issue, if you do not have an area where it can be mounted it would not work.
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what are the dimensions?

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12" x 4" x 3/4" deep.
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The mount is 4" x 12"
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12" x 4" x 3/4" deep.
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one inch thick.
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