RH00424

Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders

Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders

Description

Big Jon's Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holder is a popular rod holder set for use with diving disks

Features

  • Adjust to seven different locking positions
  • Ideal for diver rods
  • Adapts to existing multi-set tracks
List Price
$174.99
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$133.84
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Features:

  • Big Jon's Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holder is a popular rod holder set for use with diving disks; for good reason, not only are they the most solid rod holder we build, they are easy to use, and you can adjust them to any of their seven positions, with a positive locking latch pin!
  • This version of the Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holder is mounted on a 2 in. pedestal, with a 4 in. x 4 in. base.
  • Big Jon precision machines this rod holder from high-strength aluminum, for a perfect fit and smooth operation.
  • It is given a bright anodized finish that will resist corrosion and then it is fitted with durable vinyl caps to prevent wear to your fishing rod handles.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH00424 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with slim line base, single
$133.84
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH00423 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with standard base, single
$138.86
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH02380 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with ratchet, dual
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH02424 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with pedestal base ,dual
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH03380 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with ratchet, triple
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH03424 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with pedestal base, triple
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH04380 Heavy-duty diver rod holder with ratchet, quad
$373.06
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Big Jon Heavy-Duty Diver Rod Holders RH04424 Heavy-duty diver rod holders with pedestal base, quad
$597.40
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Big Jon Mounting Base QS506 Mounting base, quick slide
$83.50
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Big Jon Mounting Base SMT1 Mounting base, swivel
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$43.86
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$54.00
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