L10-1003-1

TACO Neptune II Leaning Post w/Tackle Storage Bag

TACO Neptune II Leaning Post w/Tackle Storage Bag
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Neptune II Leaning Post w/Tackle Storage Bag

Anodized Aluminum
Taco Marine's Neptune II Leaning Post is designed for smaller center console boats, backed by a 3-year warranty. The Neptune II Leaning Post is constructed of Anodized Aluminum, engineered and built to last. Equipped with an attractive patented soft pack that is easy to remove and provides a convenient tote for fishing gear. Footprint dimension: 14" x 35".

Features:
  • Ideal for boats under 25'
  • Anodized Aluminum frame with grab-rail
  • Four adjustable Aluminum rod holders
  • Convenient removable soft side under seat storage (also sold separately as Neptune Tackle Storage Bag L10-1003BAG)
  • Folding foot rest with heavy-duty design supports up to 300 lbs
  • Full length mounting pads
  • Cooler storage with convenient strap
  • Easy Do-It-Yourself assembly
  • Comfortable cushion seat
  • 72qt cooler storage area with strap
  • Cooler storage area: 24-1/2" H x 29-1/4" W
  • Polished anodized Aluminum frame
  • Marine-grade vinyl upholstered cushion
  • Accommodates a Universal Leaning Post Backrest for additional comfort (sold separately as L10-1002-1)
  • Footprint = 14" x 35"
  • 3 year limitied warranty
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