Magma POW'R GRIP Fish Rod Holder Mount

Magma POW'R GRIP Fish Rod Holder Mount
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POW'R GRIP Fish Rod Holder Mount
Fits all standard fish rod holders

Made of 18-8 stainless steel and durable all weather plastic, this vastly improved versatile mount fits most cylindrical type rod holders. It allows grills to mount in any direction from the rod holder. Its unique quick disconnect system allows instant installation or storage after use without tools. Rod holder not included.

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Magma POW'R GRIP Fish Rod Holder Mount A10-175 POW'R GRIP Fish Rod Holder Mount for Kettle Series Grills
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Why buy the rod holder if the rod holder is not included? Very confusing, just want to know if the rod comes with the mount, if not where can you get the rod?
This is a marine grill mount, including the mounting rod. It is designed to fit into existing standard rod holders for mounting a Magma Kettle Series Grill. There is a spec sheet demonstrating this under the Documents tab. The mount is inserted into the rod holder and is adjustable to mount the grill in any direction. If your boat does not already have a rod holder, we offer many flush-mount and clamp-mount rod holders from C.E. Smith: http://www.fondriest.com/marine/boating.htm#!/cat=1175&no_cache=true&p=clear

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