XTRQRL

Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mounts

Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mounts

Description

The Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mount for 300W Heaters provides off-season storage for quick access to engine spaces.

Features

  • Anodized aluminum construction will not corrode
  • Works on all Xtreme Heaters built after 2004
  • Quick and easy installation without tools
List Price
$39.99
Your Price
$36.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Install and Remove your Xtreme Heater FAST!

Driven by customer demand, our quick release bracket was designed specifically for your Xtreme heater, and allows you to easily install and remove your heater(s) in seconds, without the need for tools.

Using this bracket, your mounting options open up to include locations you may not have considered due to concern for blocked access to other components in your tight engine space.

For our customers that prefer to leave their heater(s) in place only during the winter months, THIS is the accessory you've been asking for. The quick release bracket makes it simple to remove the heater for the boating season, leaving just the low-profile bracket installed and ready to go. When winter returns, just lock it down, and plug it in!

Features:

  • Built Xtreme Tough, anodized aluminum construction will not corrode
  • Provides easy off-season storage, for quick access to engine spaces
  • Works on ALL Xtreme Heaters built after 2004
  • Quickly Install and Remove your Heater Without Tools!
  • One Year Warranty
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mounts XTRQRL Quick release mount for 450W and 600W heaters
$36.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Xtreme Heaters Quick Release Mount for 300W Heater XTRQRS Quick release mount for 300W heater
$35.14
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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