RAP-383-AAPU

RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base

RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base

Description

The RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base is a universal mounting solution for a wide variety of RAM kayak products.

Features

  • Quick Release And Installation
  • Easily Relocate Adapter Along Track, Can Be Installed At Any Point On The Track
  • High Strength Materials Ensure Product Longevity
List Price
$21.99
Your Price
$19.49
In Stock

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Details

The RAM Adapt-A-Post Quick Release Track base is available to mount the full line of RAM Post and Spline rod holders, for your heavier fishing rod set-ups. Designed to accommodate most kayak tracks, quickly fasten and adjust the base to your existing track system or add a track system to kayak set up. Popular tracks include Yakattack's GearTrac System, Wilderness Systems SlideTrax and common T-Slot Track Systems. To adjust, simply depress the release buttons and turn the ball counter-clockwise. The base will slide along the track, giving you the ultimate flexibility in repositioning your rod holder or mounted device. The RAM Quick Release Track base can be installed at any point along the track without the need to feed in from one end of the track. A necessity for all fishing enthusiasts, the RAM Quick Release Track Base is certain to create more mounting options on whatever you choose to take to the water.

Compatible Tracks:
YakAttack GearTrac
Wilderness Systems SlideTrax
Most Common T-Tracks
Scotty Slide Track
Many More!

Track Dimensional Range:
.250" MIN. - .562" MAX.


Material:
High Strength Composite

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base RAP-383-AAPU Adapt-a-Post Quick Release Track Base
$19.49
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