53670C

C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders

C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders

Description

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.

Features

  • 100% welded cap to tube joint will never break
  • 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
List Price
$115.99
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$70.58
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Details

These larger 70C series models feature a beautifully rounded cast bottom end with a 1/2" tapered pipe threaded drain. Use them when the bottom of the rod holder must have a decorative appearance, or add a drain tube and use when there is dry storage space under the rod holder.

They feature a super tough cast stainless steel gimbal bar designed to hold up to the punishment of downriggers or heavy tackle. A white vinyl liner protects rods and is keyed with the gimbal so the liner stays in place

Notable Specifications:
  • Length: 9"
  • I.D.: 1-5/8"
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders 53670C Stainless steel flush mount cast bottom rod holder with 9" depth, 0 degrees
$70.58
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C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders 53671C Stainless steel flush mount cast bottom rod holder with 9" depth, 15 degrees
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C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders 53672C Stainless steel flush mount cast bottom rod holder with 9" depth, 30 degrees
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C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders 53680CA Stainless steel flush mount cast bottom rod holder with 10-1/2" depth, 0 degrees
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C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders 53681CA Stainless steel flush mount cast bottom rod holder with 10-1/2" depth, 15 degrees
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C.E. Smith Flush Mount Cast Bottom Rod Holders 53682CA Stainless steel flush mount cast bottom rod holder with 10-1/2" depth, 30 degrees
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