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Old 02-09-2017, 10:09 AM   #1
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VX 110 difficult fish finder instal

After a little re search I decided to get a garmin echomap 44cv good price point and a lot of features. I saw a lot of other installs around the internet but this 07 VX 110 doesn't have a flat spot on the transom to mount the transducer so I was able to find a spot low enough to stay in the water it's just at a little angle off the back. Still works pretty good though!


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If you really want to go through the trouble send me that ladder bracket and a measurement from the bottom of the hull to the top of that bracket before you unbolt it and I can make you one of these.

Other then that looks like you did what you could with what you had, it should work ok, straight would give you a more accurate image, but you will still be able to see.

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I saw your and one or two others that did something similar and had some aluminum at the house but by time it extended down low enough there would be about a 4 inch gap between the bracket and the lower part of the hull and figured the water would bend it up when you get going to fast


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I have a Lowrance Hook 4 with CHIRP Sonar and DownScan Imaging mounted inside the hull, about mid seat on Yamaha VX 150. Has anyone else installed the transducer inside the hull or is it better on the aft hull?
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