53670A

C.E. Smith Flush Mount Bar Bottom Rod Holders

C.E. Smith Flush Mount Bar Bottom Rod Holders

Description

Made of 100% 316 stainless steel, these flush mount gunnel rod holders feature an extra large, low profile cap to enhance the appearance of any boat.

Features

  • Tough enough for heavy tackle
  • Made of 100% 316 stainless steel
  • Features a tough gimbal bar welded in place to hold up to the punishment of downriggers
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$76.99
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$61.13
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Made of 316L stainless steel, these flush mount rod holders feature a wide low profile cap for excellent mounting strength and to enhance the appearance of any boat. The 100% welded cap to tube joint will never break. Super tough 1/4" wide x 1/2" tall gimbal bar will stand up to virtually any punishment heavy tackle or downrigger mounts can dish out. White vinyl liner protects rods and is keyed with the gimbal bar to eliminate liner twist.

 

Notable Specifications:
  • I.D.: 1-5/8"
  • O.D.: 2"
  • Height: 9"
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