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Rupp 20' Single Spreader Sidekick Outrigger Poles - Silver/Silver - Pair

Rupp 20' Single Spreader Sidekick Outrigger Poles - Silver/Silver - Pair
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20' Single Spreader Sidekick Outrigger Poles - Silver/Silver - Pair

20' Single Spreader Standard outrigger poles have a base diameter of 1.50" and are designed to work with Rupp Standard lift-out or Compact Series of outrigger bases such as the Sidekick. This is a three piece pole with tapered reductions in each section, differing from our standard five piece top gun pole. A bit heavier but more durable than Top Gun poles. Available as a bare (no spreaders) or single spreader pole in 15, 18 and 20 feet. Includes bottom reinforced collar with pvc isolator sleeve for easy removal. The best combination of performance and style. Advanced patented designs and state-of-the-art components offer the ultimate in strength and durability. Made of cold-drawn aluminum, stepped and tapered for good looks and solid performance.

Single spreader outrigger poles are NOT recommended for use with Rupp Top Gun outrigger base due to their size and weight. Available with silver or gold spreaders and collars.
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Rupp 20' Single Spreader Sidekick Outrigger Poles - Silver/Silver - Pair A1-2000-MIN RUPP 20' SINGLE SPREADER SIDEKKICK OUTRIGGER POLES -
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