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    Anyone here use the LIvescope pole and beam transducer mount from fishfindermounts.com? I've been looking and found them and it is I believe what I need now that they have the risers available. Seems like a good quality mount, although a little pricey . This will enable to pull the whole system and move it between boats. I may have to still make my own mount plate or find a track to use. I do like the features of the system.. Looks like good quality aluminum and machine work.. Anyone got one ?? Opinions?
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    Rickie’s Da Ducer works flawlessly and is not as bulky. Just my opinion. Podunkideas.com


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    Fishing Specialties has a good medium priced one.

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    Looked at the da ducer and fishing specialties....Heres' the issue though with them.. I need it mounted to the deck and easily removed.. Havent' seen an option for the da ducer (would have already bought it), the quick detach plates have the bolts sticking up, Ricky would have to make special ones tapped. fishing specialties has a deck mount, but the baseplate riser is permanent, so that won't work with a 3.5 inch pinky toe killer on the deck. Need it easily removable to move over to pontoon also. it would be mounted on the side of the bay boat deck and need to rise over the gunnel so the da ducer when stowed would be perpendicular across the deck. Would work great on the pontoon though
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    I have the fishing specialities mount. I have the ls32 mounted to the pole and the gt transducer mounted on the bottom. Call and he will walk you through what your options are.

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    Looked at the da ducer and fishing specialties....Heres' the issue though with them.. I need it mounted to the deck and easily removed.. Havent' seen an option for the da ducer (would have already bought it), the quick detach plates have the bolts sticking up, Ricky would have to make special ones tapped. fishing specialties has a deck mount, but the baseplate riser is permanent, so that won't work with a 3.5 inch pinky toe killer on the deck. Need it easily removable to move over to pontoon also. it would be mounted on the side of the bay boat deck and need to rise over the gunnel so the da ducer when stowed would be perpendicular across the deck. Would work great on the pontoon though
    Look at a Cisco slide mount. Risers available in different heights and are removable to adapt to other mounting methods.
    Extra bases available for pontoon.
    Should adapt easily to the da ducer.



    Currently use this on both my boats and friends pontoon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion_70 View Post
    Looked at the da ducer and fishing specialties....Heres' the issue though with them.. I need it mounted to the deck and easily removed.. Havent' seen an option for the da ducer (would have already bought it), the quick detach plates have the bolts sticking up, Ricky would have to make special ones tapped. fishing specialties has a deck mount, but the baseplate riser is permanent, so that won't work with a 3.5 inch pinky toe killer on the deck. Need it easily removable to move over to pontoon also. it would be mounted on the side of the bay boat deck and need to rise over the gunnel so the da ducer when stowed would be perpendicular across the deck. Would work great on the pontoon though
    Fabricating the plate (that stays on the boat) with threaded holes is no problem ...

    I just need to know before I ship the order out because that part is custom from my normal quick detach mount ...

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    There would be no added cost over the present quick detach mount ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rnvinc View Post
    Fabricating the plate (that stays on the boat) with threaded holes is no problem ...

    I just need to know before I ship the order out because that part is custom from my normal quick detach mount ...

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    There would be no added cost over the present quick detach mount ...

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    Yes Ricky and his products and service are rock solid

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