Re: Where to mount a Garmin 740 GPS?
You dont have people issues with it either? Do you ever feel it is in the way in the cockpit? Do you like the overall looks? Forward vis for me is not an issue as I am 6'3". Headroom well that is another issue.
--- In Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com, R Coerse <rcoerse@...> wrote:
> I sail single handed approx. 80% of the time and since I am 6 ft. tall,
> I have no problem with forward visibility. I do not find the new
> pedestal guard to be restrictive in the cockpit. If one felt the guard
> was restrictive to forward visibility it could be shortened by 4 or 5
> inches (from the bottom). I do not have the ability to swivel the unit
> for viewing from the side of the cockpit but I'm sure that could be
> worked out with some forethought.
> Dick Coerse
> "Early Light"
> 1982 Sabre 34 MK I #160
> Solomons, MD
> On 2/28/2011 9:08 AM, Kevin wrote:
> > Wow Dick that is very detainled explination. Great website by the way.
> > Do you feel the angled pedestal guard is in the way at all in the cockpit?
> > Kevin
- The holes behind the Nav Pod can not be to large power wires take up lots of room.. Plan on using both legs over the years.. extra pull strings, always a pluss.. Lee