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    Garmin transducer on z lock jackplate

    Anyone running a Garmin unit on their Phoenix with the transducer mounts to the jackplate? I'm wondering if I will need the transducer shield and saver or just use the mounting bracket that Garmin sells for 20 bucks?

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    I used the Garmin bracket, but I'll eventually change it out for the T S&S.

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    The TSS looks pretty solid on the website.

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    Yes it does. I had one on my 618 w/ HB units. Well built and the folks there were extremely helpful.

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    They are solid mounts no doubt.....If you can swing it, go ahead and do it now.....
    YOU are not entitled to what I have earned!!!!!

    2014 Phoenix 619 Pro / 2014 Mercury 200 Pro XS

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    ive got an atlas but you get the idea




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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyBoy30 View Post
    ive got an atlas but you get the idea



    Have you noticed a difference in image clarity between the side mount and the hole shot plate wedge mount?

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    not really. having the hold shot plate eliminates the echos you sometimes get from the side installation. I do prefer the center installation though for some reason. Just seems safer being out of the way