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Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter
Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter
Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter
Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter

Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter

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Product title: Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter
SKU: EOU_SCSIDETA_426
MPN: 0426

The Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter combines the functions of the Scotty 438 and 428 gear head adapters, giving you the option to twist and reposition your rod holder quickly when needed. Designed to fit Scotty Track and most other small track systems, this product is a must for serious anglers.

  • Drop & lock in your favorite Scotty Rod Holder or accessory & start fishing
  • Gear-Head Mount allows you to change rod holder or accessory positions w/ a simple twist
  • Adjust to any vertical or horizontal position
  • Never have to drill permanent mount holes
  • Designed to fit all kayak track systems

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  • CB
    Christopher B.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    9 years ago
    Scotty Side Slide Track Adapter

    I bought a used 16' Sea Ark aluminum john boat. It had a t-lock cap rail (have seen it called multiple things when researching it). I basically found two places that sold accessories (non of them being Sea Ark). One was War Eagle boats. The other was Scotty. I didn't know if the Scotty adapter would work. It did! It fit perfectly. Sea Ark did not leave a place to insert the t-bolt; thus, I had to use a Dremel to make an opening on each side. To me, it beat drilling static holes in the boat.

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