MX7000CR

Lee's Center Rigger Holders

Lee's Center Rigger Holders

Description

The Lee's Center Rigger Holder allows you to set your outrigger angle for maximum efficiency.

Features

  • Strongest And Most Versatile
  • Three Point Mounting Distributes The Stress And Provides Side Support
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$450.00
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Details

The angle is set by positioning the clamp on the main tube during installation. The main tube of this unit is designed to accept the outrigger in either end so the holder can be mounted above or below any flat surface. A fast pin can be substituted for the bolt connecting the clamp to the wing for bridge laydown capability. Approximate area required for mounting is 14-1/2" x 18".

Recomended poles for MX7000CR

  • AO8716CR - 16 ft Center Rigger (Mk II)
  • AO8718CR - 18 ft Center Rigger (Mk II)
  • MX8712CR - 12 ft MX Step- Tube Style
  • MX8715CR - 15 ft MX Step- Tube Style
  • MX8718CR - 18 ft MX Step- Tube Style
  • MX8716CX - 16 ft MX Step- Tube Style - Single Spreader
  • MX8720CX - 20 ft MX Step- Tube Style - Double Spreader


Recommended poles for MX8000CR

  • MX8719CR - 19 ft MX Step- Tube Style
  • MX8716CX - 16 ft MX Step- Tube Style - Single Spreader
  • MX8719CX - 19 ft MX Step- Tube Style - Single Spreader
  • MX8720CX - 20 ft MX Step- Tube Style - Double Spreader
  • MX8722CX - 22 ft MX Step- Tube Style - Single Spreader or Double Spreader

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lee's Center Rigger Holders MX7000CR Rigger Holders, 1 1/2" ID
$287.49
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Lee's Center Rigger Holder MX8000CR Rigger Holders, 1 5/8" ID
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Lee's Center Rigging Poles AO8716CR Center Rigging Pole, 16'
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Lee's 18' Center Rigging Pole - Bright Silver/Black Spike (MKII) AO8718CR Center Rigging Pole, 18'
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Lee's 16' Bright Silver Pole w/ Black Spike Step Tube 1 3/8" MX8716CR Bright Silver Pole, with Black Spike, step tibe 1 3/8", 16'
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