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    GPS/Fish Finder mounting on a GTX is 260

    I need some help from those that have mounted a GPS/Fish Finder on a Seadoo GTX is. If you havent mounted one but have any ideas on how and where to mount it that would help as well, thank in advance for any advice.

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    PWC Addict Magnummmmmmmmmm's Avatar
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    Heres where i just mounted my lowrance chartplotter. Lowrance makes this model in a fishfinder/chartplotter combo as well. Should be the same glovebox.

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    looks great and also kinda where I figured I would try, but my cover isn't very flat. can you send me more pictures of how you attached it as well as how you attached your transducer.

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    Nice post Son! Make a Pa proud. Still digging for RXT 260 mounting options. Got an idea to create bar system to mount to the tie-down mounts. With that approach, I can mount several nav/camera items with no ski mods. Think Horseshoe......well kinda.

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