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    Everybody should wish they had a cousin like this one. Iím several years, several pounds, and several surgeries past doing this comfortably.

    The Livescope installation required considerable wiring since the pulls have to be about 25 feet from front panel to rear fuse panel. Every piece of electronics equipment required its own shielded wires.

    Excel is the most thoughtful boat company Iíve been associated with. They installed 2 inch plastic tubes for wiring(x5) that part run from bilge to console, part from bilge to bow PLUS they pulled string end to end in all tubes so wires can easily be pulled. Only bad thing is the wire tubes end BEHIND the 52 gallon gas tank which has to be taken loose and moved if it canít be removed when full of gas.

    Cuz not only built my new swivel DaDucer on a track system ( from Excel Boats) I designed, he also hooked up the wires on both ends and got the new unit running. Canít wait to get it on the lake.

    Double mount for the Helix12 Mega and Garmin 126sv Ultramap is built by Cornfield Crappie Gear and is rock solid.

    Thanks Cuz!!

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    With enough practice I may get good at this one day ...

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    Great looking installation
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Looks great. And you are very lucky to have such a talented cousin there to help.


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    Nice job!
    That is thoughtful if a boat builder, excel.
    I have said many times, why donít they put in some blank empty runs?!



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    Looks great, Good job rickie !!!!!!


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    Looking good, for sure, congrats

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    Looks great, your going to love that setup. We all need a "cuz" like that. Looking forward to what you think once you get it on the water.
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    Rickie is the best.

    Iíll be interested to see how you like your live scope mount. With The narrow view, I adjust mine constantly when fishing brush piles.
    I couldnít imagine not having mine on the trolling motor


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    Quote Originally Posted by kylakelover View Post
    Rickie is the best.

    I’ll be interested to see how you like your live scope mount. With The narrow view, I adjust mine constantly when fishing brush piles.
    I couldn’t imagine not having mine on the trolling motor


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    LOL, I couldn't imagine NOT having mine on a seperate pole while using spotlock with my trolling motor. I started out with mine on the trolling motor and switched to a separate pole for my Livescope transducer after about a month.

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