RAP-354-162U

RAM Mount Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter

RAM Mount Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter

Description

The RAM Mount Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter expands to accommodate openings with an inner diameter of 1 1/2" to 1 7/8".

Features

  • Patented Rubber Ball and Socket Technology Dampens Shock And Vibration
  • Ball And Socket Provides Multiple Articulation And Adjustment Points
  • Compatible With Popular RAM-ROD and RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holders
List Price
$27.49
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$24.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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The new RAM Wedge adapter for flush mount rod holders is a great way to mount a wide variety of RAM products. Simply slide the wedge into the round opening of your flush mount rod holder and tighten the screw to secure the wedge. The RAM wedge adapter base expands to accommodate openings with an inner diameter of 1 1/2" to 1 7/8". Once installed, you have the perfect way to mount anything from RAM Rod holders, Cup Holders, Cameras, Fishfinders, and much more. Whether you are trying to get your rod and reel up off the deck to avoid salt spray, need more versatility in rod holder placement, or simply need another mounting position and don't want to drill holes, this is your perfect solution.

Compatible Flush Mount Inner Diameter Tube:
1 1/2" to 1 7/8"

Features:

  •  High quality materials prevent corrosion
  •  No drilling necessary
  • Molded stoppers prevent wedge adapter from sliding to the bottom of your flush mount rod holder
  • Lifetime warranty



Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter RAP-354-162U Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter, with 1.5" Ball for Flush Mounts
$24.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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