RAM-B-316-18-TRA3-NB

RAM Mount Transducer Arm Mount with 18" Rigid Aluminum Rod and Open Single Socket

RAM Mount Transducer Arm Mount with 18" Rigid Aluminum Rod and Open Single Socket

Description

The RAM Mount Transducer Arm Mount with 18" Rigid Aluminum Rod and Open Single Socket enables quick, effective deployment and retrieval of your Lowrance StructureScan LSS transducer, while protecting it from danger.

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
  • High Quality Materials Prevent Corrosion
List Price
$52.49
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$46.99
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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. This transducer mount enables quick, effective deployment and retrieval of your Lowrance StructureScan LSS transducer, while protecting it from damage. Perfect for kayak applications, the included rigid mounting arm can quickly be retrieved if you enter shallow water or when beaching your kayak. With little effort, the transducer mount can quickly be moved to a different kayak with an existing 1" RAM ball. Add a RAM ball mount for the Lowrance HDS-7 Fishfinder, and you have a complete mounting solution for your next fishing adventure. 


Features:

  • Compatible with the Yakattack 1" screw ball
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.

  • 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.

    Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    RAM Mount Transducer Arm Mount with 18" Rigid Aluminum Rod and Open Single Socket RAM-B-316-18-TRA3-NB Transducer Arm Mount with 18" Rigid Aluminum Rod and Open Single Socket, for Lowrance StructureScan LSS1 and LSS2
    $46.99
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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