Harmony Slidetrax Wide Kayak Dashboard

Priced: $53.94 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Harmony Slidetrax Wide Kayak Dashboard - Slidetrax Wide Kayak Dashboard - The Slidetrax Wide Dashboard is designed to fit the larger width of the Commander Kayak from Wilderness Systems. This base platform mounts across the legs and offers a wide variety of potential accessory configurations, including fishing rod mounts, GPS units, fish finders, and more. The Wide Dashboard comes pre-drilled with holes to accommodate Scotty rod bases and can be easily drilled to mount custom rigging. Slots on both ends attach to the Commander 120 and allow adjustment to any desired position on the SlideTrax rails system. Simple attachment to the SlideTrax rails via base plates and screws (included).Sizing:The SlideTrax Wide Dashboard is designed to fit the Slidetrax rails on the Wilderness System Commander 120 and Commander 120 Angler kayaks and work with the SlideTrax System.

Fit:

  • Fits Commander kayaks

Features:

  • Instructions & hardware included
  • Multiple configurations
  • 4.5" x 25.5" surface
  • Pre-drilled holes for Scotty mounts
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I have a lot of gear that I like to take with me and I thought that the dashboard would be the best choice to keep everything organized. It does the job beautifully. It was a breeze to attach and can easily be adjusted within my reach. The only negative that I can say, and it’s not that much of a negative, IMO, is that the dash is over my legs. So no more high leg kicks while I’m out fishing, eh?! That’s why it lost a point although really it’s not that big of a deal.
Jason Dean at OutdoorPlay.com on 02/03/2010