RAP-114-P4U

RAM Mount RAM-ROD Long Spline Posts

RAM Mount RAM-ROD Long Spline Posts

Description

The RAM Mount RAM-ROD 4" Long Spline Post allows for the connecting rod holder to tilt forward and back for optimum angles.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
  • Attaches To All RAM Rod/Tube Holders With Female Groove Pattern And RAM Spline Post Bases
  • Can Be Quickly Removed And Repositioned
List Price
$7.49
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$6.49
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