Don In Denver·
For years I had my X-85 on the floor between my feet but I would get so intent watching it that several times I almost ran into things (little stuff...like other boats and cliffs) so I moved it up on the dash. Believe me I've tried to figure out a way. I think I'll just wait 'til Lowrance makes a color unit the size of the LMS-332C but with 4000 watts of power and then get it.bobco said:where there is will there is a way!!! ;D mine was a tight fit but it made it, they are very heavy though, I plan on doing some dash reinforcements....
I've already got mine hanging out on a Ram mount. I barely have enough clearance beteween the unit and the steering wheel to turn the wheel in an emergency, as it is. But emergency maneuverability seems like kind of a luxury when compared to the ability to see more stuff down there! ;D ;D ;Dbernie said:its all about the ram mounts i have mounted 2 x-111hd units on the dash of my crestliner ( could not see the gauges but what do you need them for anyway)
Those are all good ideas!! Never thought of the knob job. Even the one phrased so indelicately! Good thing I'm not the sensitive type!bernie said:go to a tactor store and get a suicide knob. or just lose some of that beer gut ;D ;D > either one of these or a combo of both will help your "emergency" turns the knob will also help you turn the boat when you are not in the drivers seat running the boat ( very helpful there)
Yes, but I think the 200khz mode in the DF transducer is a much narrower cone angle than the cone angle of the single frequency 200 khz transducer. If I remember right it's 12 degrees versus 20 degrees.TAL0362 said:What a bunch of nut jobs ;D
Don, the 337 is dual frequency - 4000 watts.