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Transom Transducer Holder


The Transducer Transom Holder was invented when Gene Waller, an avid fisherman for 50 years, did not want to spend another dime on having to replace his transducer – again.

The Transducer Transom Holder mounts to you boat's transom where your transducer is normally located.

Only three screw holes mount the holder to the transom, one below and two above the water line. That’s it. You then attach the transducer to the slide, run the cable alongside the holder (no more extra screw holes in your boat) and you're done.

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"Installing Transom Mounts guide".

The Transducer Transom Holder, made out of a durable, marine grade, plastic and non-corrosive parts, comes in two sizes.

An 18” long X 5” wide for single engine boats, or a
28” long X 5” wide for twin engine boats. To use, just raise the slide up, tighten into place with the screw nut, and the transducer is out of the water.

To lower, loosen the screw nut, lower the slide all the way, tighten the screw, and it’s ready for use. Keeping your boat in the water? Raise the transducer up and no more barnacles, scum, or grassy weed build-up.  

Are muskrats eating your cables? No Longer!

Knocked your transducer off by trailering or beaching it? No More!

Keeping it in storage? – No more fork lifts snapping off the transducer!

Just raise the transducer up, all those problems will be solved!


Attachments such as underwater lights or cameras can be raised and cleaned free of debris and build-up.
This product is durable, long lasting, and easy to install. It will protect your investment, and save you time and money.



Item# TTH

Price: Starting at C$109.99

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Installing Transom Mounts   |   Download the PDF version of this guide

Supplied Materials

    Lift mount assembly
    Three(3) #8-1 1/4 inch Stainless Steel self tapping screws
    Thumb screw (1)

Required Tools

    3/8 Drill with a variety of small bits
    Marine grade caulking compound (to seal screws)
    Safety goggles (for eye protection)
Installing transom lift mount, Figs. A & B on your vessel, it is recommended that individuals maintain the directions provided by sensor product manufacturers for hull installations. However, in this case the sensor equipment will be installed on a lift mount assembly. Do not allow lift mount to extend below boat hull bottom, as this would result in a water spray at higher speeds which may damage the mounting.

Recommended positioning is suggested to be approximately 1/2 inch above transom hull bottom. On sharp v-hull vessels a corner may be trimmed using a small tooth saw depending on the make or model of the vessel. It may be necessary to shim out the transom lift mount to avoid contacting the rubber bumper, depending on the make or model of the vessel. The purchase of shims are available in different sizes.

In securing transducer or other electronic equipment to the slide plate, use proper length self-tapping screws (shim if needed). Caution should be taken during the installation of sensor product equipment to the slide plate lift mount to minimize any damage to the unit. The lift plate is designed to move freely and should not be impeded. With slide plate and attached sensor equipment in bottom position anchor cable with the cable clamp (provided by sensor manufacturers) to the top left or right of the lift assembly, then continue anchoring cable as needed, Figs. C & D. A transom hull mount may be optional. Screw in thumb screw in top center hole to secure lift plate, Fig. E.   Download the PDF version of this guide
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