RAM-119B

RAM Mount RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holders

RAM Mount RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holders

Description

The RAM Mount RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holder is ideally suited for anything from kayaks to tournament boats.

Features

  • 1.5" Rubber Ball
  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
List Price
$41.99
Your Price
$36.49
In Stock

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The RAM-119B consists of the RAM-TUBE 2000 fishing rod holder and single open socket for 1.5" RAM rubber balls. Offering the patented RAM rubber ball, socket and ratcheting feature, you can rotate the rod holder 360 degrees, while tilting the cradle forward and back for the optimum angle. 

Tube Dimensions:
Inner Diameter: 1.71"
Length: 10.0"


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holders RAM-119B RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holder, without Base
$36.49
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RAM Mount RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holder w/2" x 3" Rectangle Base RAM-119-23U RAM-TUBE Fishing Rod Holder, with 2" x 3" Rectangle Base
$50.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount 2 1/2" Diameter Base with 1.5" Ball RAM-202U 2 1/2" Diameter Base with 1.5" Ball
$12.49
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RAM Mount 1.5" RAM Wedge Mount RAP-354U 1.5" RAM Wedge Mount, for Hobie and Scotty
$14.99
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RAM Mount 1.5" RAM Wedge Mount for RAM, Atwood and Fish-On RAP-354-75U 1.5" RAM Wedge Mount for RAM, Atwood and Fish-On
$14.99
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RAM Mount Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter RAP-354-162U Flush Rod Holder Wedge Adapter, with 1.5" Ball for Flush Mounts
$24.99
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