GS-170

TACO Grand Slam 170 Outrigger Top Mounts

TACO Grand Slam 170 Outrigger Top Mounts

Description

Grand Slam 170 Outrigger Mounts ensure that standard outriggers remain securely in place.

Features

  • Engineered for durability and lasting performance
  • Designed for use with standard 1-1/8" butt OD outriggers
  • Sold in pairs
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The TACO Grand Slam 170 Outrigger Top Mounts are fitted with exclusive Twist-n-Lock rotator collars that lock in to 12 fishing positions with a simple quarter turn. Delrin bearings and internal locking mechanisms offer smooth adjustments and secure positioning while preventing movement. A rugged, sure-grip knob adjusts and locks in to desired height and laydown position for safe hauling and navigation under bridges. The TACO quality is backed by a 3-year warranty.
Notable Specifications:
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Black and silver finish
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TACO Grand Slam 170 Outrigger Top Mounts GS-170 Grand slam 170 outrigger top mounts, 1-1/8"
$647.60
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