RMX4814

NavPod Railmount Pre-Cut NavPods

NavPod Railmount Pre-Cut NavPods

Description

The NavPod Railmount Pre-Cut NavPods are best used for mounting of an autopilot control, sailing instrument, or small chartplotter onto an existing pedestal guard.

Features

  • Acrylic Capped ABS Plastic
  • Chromed Stainless Steel Tamper-Proof Fasteners
  • Double Seal For Watertight Integrity
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Details

Fits onto any 1" or 1.25" diameter tube. A Chromed Stainless Steel arm is used to mount a NavPod. The NavPod can rotate 180 degrees for easy viewing while sitting under the dodger on a rainy day. All wire run from the NavPod, down the center of the stainless steel arm, and into the pedestal guard. This application provides a clean and sturdy installation for electronics, without replacement of the pedestal guard.

All RailMount NavPods include

  • Models are available pre-cut for popular electronics
  • Chromed stainless steel arm with swivel mount
  • Both sets of adaptors included for 1" or 1.25" diameter tubing

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NavPod Railmount Pre-Cut NavPods RMX4814 Railmount Pre-Cut NavPods, for Raymarine a95/a97/a98
$534.36
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NavPod RMX4811 RailMount Pre-Cut f/Garmin 8008/8208 RMX4811 Railmount Pre-Cut NavPods, for Garmin 8008/8208
$534.36
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