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Old 10 May 2016, 07:43   #31
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Yes something like that but on the starboard side per jeff's post. It's a bit of a stretch across that tab, but do able with a bit of thought.

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Yes something like that but on the starboard side per jeff's post. It's a bit of a stretch across that tab, but do able with a bit of thought.

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Old 10 May 2016, 07:49   #33
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Was only on port because the pics were photo'd that way ;-)

Will see what I can fab up and try out...
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Stig you ever seen this before.. a thought??

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Just my opinion, but I'd be scared of catching a lump of driftwood, rope or similar and losing my toy. That looks really precarious to me. The bracket is designed to kick up on impact but with the bracket mounted out on a limb there is no protection and could even take the tube out. As I said, just my thoughts on it...

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Yeh, not so sure on that tube mounting... Might just sell the Honwave and buy an Aerotec ;-)
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Old 10 May 2016, 09:22   #37
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we discussed this a while back my idea was to glue say some rubber oar blocks to the top of the trim tab and fix the transducer to that, you would have the same position as on a conventional SIB [no trim tabs] if you look on the Ron hale website under inflatable accessories you will see what i mean.

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Not a bad idea, something like this (2 of) would allow me to slip a fixing to the trim tab with a simple clip that stops it sliding rearwards whilst not too intrusive when I don't have the transducer on the boat:

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What I was thinking of doesn't look like he s.tocks them now but yes what you have there but if you look at sea screw they have same as that but where the strap is its solid with a 10mm hole through it long ways so width will be no problem and you could bolt through.

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Fish finder mounts .com loads of ideas magnetic, strap on, side mount.
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