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    Default Finally got it installed

    I picked the transducer apparatus up from Rickie at the c.com gathering in Kentucky last year. I finally got around to mounting my transducer. (Moles come out the hole on a warm day.) I am almost ready. Little more wiring to finish and need to raise my engine a notch or two.

    This device looks good and works Jim Dandy.


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    Billbob says he's on his way, he'll help straighten out that wiring for you.
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    Nice Tom. Rickie makes some very nice quality stuff. Lets go catch some crappie!
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    Thanks Buddy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cane Pole View Post
    I picked the transducer apparatus up from Rickie at the c.com gathering in Kentucky last year. I finally got around to mounting my transducer. (Moles come out the hole on a warm day.) I am almost ready. Little more wiring to finish and need to raise my engine a notch or two.

    This device looks good and works Jim Dandy.


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    One fine high tech fishin' machine.
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    Very nice

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    Tom ...I don't see your GPS puck on da'ducer apparatus®...

    Do you need the square VHMW top cap...??

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    Do you think you can drive around with the transducer down. I have a tiller steer motor on a 19' boat and i could use one of those for scouting new holes. I have a terrova ordered and a Hummingbird 999 ci si di combo ordered and spyderloc 4 pole holders. I also got some 4 pole seats ordered so they can be moved around. My boat is a mud boat with a Prodrive mud motor. I dont have to worry about running over too much stuff even rocks. I was just curious. Didnt mean to jack your thread. Way nice boat by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter3635 View Post
    Do you think you can drive around with the transducer down. I have a tiller steer motor on a 19' boat and i could use one of those for scouting new holes. I have a terrova ordered and a Hummingbird 999 ci si di combo ordered and spyderloc 4 pole holders. I also got some 4 pole seats ordered so they can be moved around. My boat is a mud boat with a Prodrive mud motor. I dont have to worry about running over too much stuff even rocks. I was just curious. Didnt mean to jack your thread. Way nice boat by the way.
    I had one of these units on a War Eagle. I "idled" around with the transducer down. I know the lake pretty well up here, so I wasn't worried as bout hitting anything. On the main channels, I would run up 8mph looking at stuff. I would not do this on unknown waters.
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