AL7001CR

Lee's Center Rigger Holders

Lee's Center Rigger Holders

Description

The Lee's Center Rigger Holder is the solution for boats with a tower or when a lower angle is desired.

Features

  • 1 3/8" ID
List Price
$175.00
Your Price
$140.23
In Stock

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Details

t has a slightly larger footprint (4"x 7"). Ruggedly constructed from marine grade anodized aluminum. It can be easily attached above or below the standing platform or any flat surface. It comes in a standard angle of 22 degrees that gives it a low rise. Anodized in Bright Silver it is as strong as it is attractive. It accepts all the same poles as the AL7000 series holders.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lee's Center Rigger Holders AL7001CR Center Rigger Holder, 22 Degree
$140.23
In Stock
Lee's 45 Degree Center Rigger Holder AL7211CR Center Rigger Holder, 45 Degree
$104.17
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