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    Just hoping to provide an idea for those out there wanting an affordable Livescope graph mount. Some of these mounts out there are CRAZY expensive! Canít justify paying $300-$400 for a mount. Iíve heard the argument that youíve got so much in the electronics you might as well not skimp on the mount.

    Donít feel like this is skimping at all and especially for $99. Used a Millenium single pole rod holder. Removed the rod holder, drilled one hole in the bottom of the metal bracket that comes with the garmin. Used stainless steel bolt and lock nut. Used the existing hole on the rod holder. Mount is VERY solid. Can be moved up/down/spun around/laid on boat deck. Hope this helps

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    Good job on the mount
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crappiecrazy fireman View Post
    Just hoping to provide an idea for those out there wanting an affordable Livescope graph mount. Some of these mounts out there are CRAZY expensive! Canít justify paying $300-$400 for a mount. Iíve heard the argument that youíve got so much in the electronics you might as well not skimp on the mount.

    Donít feel like this is skimping at all and especially for $99. Used a Millenium single pole rod holder. Removed the rod holder, drilled one hole in the bottom of the metal bracket that comes with the garmin. Used stainless steel bolt and lock nut. Used the existing hole on the rod holder. Mount is VERY solid. Can be moved up/down/spun around/laid on boat deck. Hope this helps

    Tight lines!
    Looks like it does as much and more than my Cumberland Crappie mount (which doesn't lay down). Minimum tweak (drill & bolt)

    And the price is the same as I paid for my CC mount (which, by the way, is no longer made).

    You done good, buddy

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    Good job! Very ingenious
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    That's awesome

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    If its got the plastic joint like the new there new rod holders you netter watch it.A buddy had the plastic part break on his rod holders the other day.

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    Great looking holder. Shooting you a PM.

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    Using the same setup. Mine has a aluminum threaded slide to tighten it down. I could see where plastic slide could cause issue's

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwightparks View Post
    Using the same setup. Mine has a aluminum threaded slide to tighten it down. I could see where plastic slide could cause issue's
    Learned from the best!�� got the idea from Dwight

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    Yes i used the same setup to mount a 1222 on my rig. Works really well.
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