Harmony Slidetrax Kayak Transducer Deployment Arm

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Harmony Slidetrax Kayak Transducer Deployment Arm - Slidetrax Kayak Transducer Deployment Arm - Designed to eliminate the frustration of properly deploying the transducer on a fish finder, the SlideTrax Transducer Deployment Arm makes it simple when used in conjunction with the SlideTrax Sideboard. In addition, the transducer can also be easily pulled out of the water when not in use. The Transducer Deployment Arm consists of a mounting base for attachment to the Sideboard with a swivel arm for attachment of the transducer that is simply rotated in place below the surface of the water or stow safely on deck. Why fish without it?!Note: The Slidetrax Transducer Deployment Arm fits newer model Wilderness System Tarpons and Commander kayaks that are mounted with the SlideTrax System and works in conjunction with the Slidetrax Sideboard.


  • Mounting base w/ swivel arm
  • Instructions & hardware included
  • Works in conjunction w/ SlideTrax Sideboard
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It didn’t take long for Wilderness System to come up with yet another reason for me to be happy I bought one of the new Tarpons. This deployment arm does make it a piece of cake to stow or deploy the transducer for my fish finder. Make sure you get the Sideboard, too, or you’ll need to be clever to rig it. And I just can’t say enough good things about the SlideTrax rails. You can mount EVERYTHING you need, where you need it!
Ken Michaels at OutdoorPlay.com on 02/02/2010
Great product, I recommend it.
John Tset at OutdoorPlay.com on 02/04/2010