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Ulterra and Transducer Install on 197 sf

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stripedyam

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Ulterra and Transducer Install on 197 sf

PostTue Apr 04, 2017 6:54 am

Here is my solution for installing an Ulterra and still being able to use the anchor locker. I like Pioneer 180s bracket better but I had this before he had his solution perfected. The one good thing about this mount is that it serves as a neat home for all my electronic wires (transducer, ethernet cable, power, etc.)

In terms of the transducer wire, I used 3/8" recoil air hose, a bunch of vinyl tape and a flexible piece of tube to force the coils into place when stowing and to keep them compressed and out of the way when deploying. I have tested this version at all extremes and I'm finally convinced my solution will work. I really like not having to route the wires to the head and back down the coiled wire on the TM.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AaSn ... p=drivesdk
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Re: Ulterra and Transducer Install on 197 sf

PostTue Apr 04, 2017 8:08 am

very nice. i've never seen the auto-deploy in action.

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