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FAQ

Can the Stern Saver be removed in the future?

 

Yes, but not that easily. It must cut off with a thin kerf pull saw found at most hardware stores for $30 or less. Since the bond between the Stern Saver and your boat is supposed to be permanent, it is not supposed to be removed. It should be thought of as a permanent extension of the boat. If you must remove the Stern Saver from your boat please refer to our removal instructions and purchase a removal shield to protect your boat’s gel coat during removal.

Can the Stern Saver be re-drilled if I want to replace my transducer in the future?

 

Absolutely. You can either re-use existing holes in the Stern Saver from previous transducers by simply using ¾” long or shorter screws of a larger diameter than the previous screws. For example, if you previously had a device mounted using a ¾” #8 screw, then upsize to a ¾” #6 screw. If you do not want to re-use existing holes you can also just move the new mounting location to the left or right a half an inch or so.

What can I mount to a Stern Saver?

 

The Stern Saver was originally designed to provide a mounting surface for sonar transducers. It has also proven useful as a mount for many other devices such as bilge pumps, live well pumps, fuel separators, battery switches and more. The Stern Saver is not to be used to mount grab rails, any structural or heavy devices over five pounds.

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