RAP-114-APB2U

RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm

RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm

Description

The RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm will lift your RAM-ROD holder up off the deck and enable ideal position in tight spaces such as on kayaks.

Features

  • Quick Release And Installation
  • High Strength Materials Ensure Product Longevity
  • Compatible With all RAM Post Spline Bases
List Price
$25.49
Your Price
$21.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details


Get your fishing rod closer to you, closer to the action, or simply out of the way with this latest extension from RAM. Rugged, high strength composite construction ensures years of performance on the water. The RAM Adjustable Adapt-A-Post Extension Arm will lift your RAM-ROD holder up off of the deck and enable ideal positioning in tight spaces such as on kayaks. The included quick release female post and spline adaptor are simple to engage and release; this making it easy to move your mount to various positions on your kayak, or for stowage. Compatible with the most popular RAM fishing rod holders and bases, this extension option is a simple add-on that is sure to add more fun and comfort to your day on the water.

Features:

  • Compatible with all RAM-ROD and RAM-Tube holders with spline posts
  • Multiple adjustment points for varying articulation and angles
  • Lifetime warranty


Material:
High Strength Composite

Dimensions:
Extension Length: 13.5"
Extension Arm Length: 8"

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

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm RAP-114-APB2U Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm, 13.5"
$21.99
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