RAILBLAZA Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S | YakGear

RAILBLAZA Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S

RAILBLAZA Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S

4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


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The RAILBLAZA Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S is a platform for mounting fish finders or chart plotters with square or round bases, making them easily removable. All that remains on the deck once it’s removed is a low profile RAILBLAZA mount. This 3 axis mount has friction joints top and bottom featuring R-Lock lockable joints. The center joint is fully adjustable in 15-degree increments. Will hold fish finders up to 3.3 lb. Mount on angled surfaces and have your display level! Also with the correct RAILBLAZA mount, you can mount your fish finder on a rail, or inflatable tube. The RAILBLAZA Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S with any RAILBLAZA StarPort.

Fits most fishfinder brands, including;

  • Lowrance Hook2, Lowrance Elite
  • Garmin Striker Plus, Garmin Echomap
  • Humminbird PiranhaMAX
  • Raymarine Dragonfly

Additional information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions9 × 9 × 6 in

2 reviews for RAILBLAZA Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S

  1. 5 out of 5

    Item was delivered quickly. I like the many options the mount gives you being able to adjust the angle of the platform and rotate the mount from two different positions. I got this for the Garmin Striker 4 fish finder and the mounting holes didn’t exactly line up but I was still very happy with it and its sturdiness. It’s great to be able to find something that seems to fit just what i’m looking for within a few clicks. I also like that the descriptions about the product list what items will fit on the mounting plates.

  2. 4 out of 5

    4 stars, borderline 3 stars. This is only my experience and has a lot to do with the fish finder I have, not exactly 100% RailBlaza’s fault. I bought this to mount my Garmin Striker Plus 4cv to. From the top it looked like there was plenty of room to mount the fish finder’s base, the bottom was a different story. The top (mounting tray) is molded so that there is plastic ridges for support underneath the tray. I had to situate the fish finder’s base just right so the mounting holes and hardware could clear the plastic ridges underneath the tray. It didn’t fit as nicely as I would like it to, but with a little patience and experimenting with hole placement, I got it to work.

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