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Railblaza Boat TracLoader StarPort 03-4115-11 | w/ Fish Finder Mount

Boat part number 7800967 is a new custom TracLoader StarPort and Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S from RailBlaza, part numbers 03-4115-11 and 02-4140-11 .
made for Lowe Boats
$29.95 MSRP: $40.50
GLS Stock #: 7800967-AJ601
Only 9 left
Boat part number 7800967 is a new custom TracLoader StarPort and Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S from RailBlaza, part numbers 03-4115-11 and 02-4140-11 . Commonly used on Lowe Boats, part number 2339708 , but can be used on other boats.

Per the manufacturer, the TracLoader StarPort allows tool-free installation to your track, which allows you to slide your favorite accessories along the gunnel for perfect placement without drilling into your boat. Once in place, it allows you to fit and swap out RAILBLAZA accessories and systems, including Rod holders, Drink holders, Bait boards, and depth sounders. The durable design features UV-resistant plastics, and stainless steel fasteners.

The Fish Finder Mount R-Lock S provides an adjustable mounting platform for fish finders or chart plotters with square or round bases. It allows you to mount on angled surfaces and keep your display level. This 3 axis mount has friction joints top and bottom featuring R-Lock lockable joints. The center joint is fully adjustable in 15° increments and accommodates fish finders up to 3.3 lbs. The two combined measures approximately 4" W x 4" D (platform surface) x 6" H overall.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Lowe
  • Model/Year: Unavailable
  • Part Number: 2339708 / 2339664
  • Part Manufacturer: Railblaza
  • Part Number: 03-4115-11 / 02-4140-11
  • UPC: 814162020567 / 814162020734
  • Materials: Marine Grade Plastic
  • Color: Black
  • Finish: Matte
  • Overall Dimensions: 6" H x 4" W x 4" D

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

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