RAP-B-316-18-TRA1-TRA1U

RAM Mount 18" Transducer Arm w/Track Ball Base

RAM Mount 18" Transducer Arm w/Track Ball Base
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18" Transducer Arm w/Track Ball Base

RAM Transducer Arm Mount with Open Single Socket

Kayak fishing is all about adaptability. RAM Mount offers the widest selection of kayak fishing accessories to adapt to a wide range of fishing scenarios. RAM now offers a deployable transducer arm for kayaks. This solution enables the quick and effective deployment and retrieval of your transducer, while protecting your transducer from damage. Perfect for kayak applications, the transducer arm can quickly be retrieved if you enter shallow water or when beaching your kayak. With little effort, the arm can quickly be moved to a different kayak and attached to a 1" RAM ball. The unique design provides a universal solution for virtually any kayak as well as any transducer.

Compatible Transducers:

The RAM transducer arm mount is compatible with all transducers that contain a 1/4" screw.

Features:

  • 18" rigid aluminum rod can be bent to position your transducer to its optimum viewing location
  • Patented socket technology allows for quick raising, lowering, removal and stowage of transducer arm
  • Quality materials prevent corrosion and keeps your transducer arm mount
  • Lifetime warranty

Material:

High Strength Composite and Aluminum Steel

Ball Size:

1" Rubber Ball "B" Size

Note:

Part number reflects product packaged in clear clam shell for store shelf display. Transducer device not included with purchase.

1" Track Ball w/ T-Bolt Attachement

Designed to accommodate all kayak tracks, as well as common track systems, engage and fasten this base to your existing track system or many other's including GearTrac, SlideTrax and the common T-Track. With a quick turn of the ball the base will slide along the track, giving you ultimate flexibility in repositioning your rod holder. A necessity for the all fishing enthusiasts, the RAM Track Base is certain to create more mounting options or access on whatever you choose to take to the water.

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