RAM-301-NB

RAM Mount Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holders

RAM Mount Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holders

Description

The RAM Mount Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holder can easily be integrated into your existing spline post base or added to an assortment of RAM compatible bases.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
List Price
$22.49
Your Price
$19.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The ratcheting feature allows for the tube to tilt forward and back for optimum angles. Ideally suited for anything from Kayaks to Tournament boats, this compact and simply design is ready for your next day on the water. 

Tube Dimensions:
Inner diameter: 1.9"
Inner tube length: 10" (from bottom to top of lip)

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holders RAM-301-NB Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holder, Without Base
$19.49
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RAM Mount RAM Tube 2000 Holder w/Bulkhead Mount RAM-301-BU Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holder, with Bulkhead Mount
$21.99
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RAM Mount RAM Tube 2000 Holder w/Flush Mount RAM-301-FU Ram Tube 2000 Holder, with Flush Mount
$21.99
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RAM Mount RAM Tube 2000 Holder w/Deck Track Mount RAM-301-DU Ram Tube 2000 Rod Holder, with Deck Track Mount
$33.99
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount RAM Rod 2000 Bulkhead Mounting Base RAM-114BMU RAM Rod 2000 Bulkhead Mounting Base, for Spline Posts
$4.49
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RAM Mount RAM Rod 2000 Flush Mount Base RAM-114FMU RAM Rod 2000 Flush Mount Base
$5.99
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RAM Mount RAM-ROD Holder 8" Post Extension Arm RAP-114-PAU RAM-ROD Holder 8" Post Extension Arm
$8.99
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RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Track Base RAP-AAPU Adapt-A-Post Track Base
$13.49
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RAM Mount RAM Rod Flush Mount Base RAM-114FMTU RAM Rod Flush Mount Base
$13.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount Adapt-a-Post Extension Poles RAP-114-EX8 Adapt-A-Post Extension Pole, 11"
$13.99
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RAM Mount Adapt-A-Post 9" Extension Pole RAP-114-EX6 Adapt-A-Post Extension Pole, 9"
$14.99
In Stock
RAM Mount RAM Rod 2000 Deck and Track Mount Base Only RAM-114DTMU RAM Rod 2000 Deck and Track Mount Base Only
$17.99
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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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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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RAM Mount Adjustable Adapt-a-Post 16" Extension Arm RAP-114-APB3U Adjustable Adapt-a-Post Extension Arm, 16"
$23.49
In Stock

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