Harmony Slidetrax Kayak Sideboard Kit

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Harmony Slidetrax Kayak Sideboard Kit - Slidetrax Kayak Sideboard Kit - The SlideTrax Sideboard is the perfect companion for the SlideTrax System on your new Commander or Tarpon sit-on-top kayak from Wilderness Systems. This flat mounting platform attaches to the SlideTrax rails on one side of the hull and offers a variety of potential mounting points for fish finders or rod holders. The Sideboard is the preferred option for paddling anglers that do not want obstructions across their lower legs. It is pre-drilled with holes that accommodate Scotty rod bases, and can be easily drilled to mount custom accessories. The SlideTrax Sideboard can also be used in conjunction with the Dashboard to secure an array of accessories virtually anywhere on the SlideTrax unit. It also works with the SlideTrax Transducer Deployment Arm for proper deployment of a fish finder transducer.Note: The SlideTrax Sideboard fits newer model Wilderness


  • Can work with the SlideTrax Dashboard or Transducer Deployment Arm
  • Attaches to one side of the hull
  • Instructions & hardware included
  • Pre-drilled holes for Scotty mounts
  • Multiple configurations
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This is a great platform that easily attaches to the one side of the tracks on my Tarpon 140. I really wanted the length of the Dashboard but I do a lot of poling with my yak so I need to be able to stand up and sit down without having something in my way. I do have to remember that the Sideboard is there when I sit down but there’s plenty of room in my yak to maneuver around it. I’ve mounted a Rod Holder and a GPS to it and can no issues drilling the extra holes. Great platform that no fisherman should be without, if ya got a Tarpon, that is!
Tim Marston at OutdoorPlay.com on 02/03/2010