Eos Arrow 4-Piece Carbon Fiber Rangepole

The carbon fiber rangepole is a convenient accessory for mounting Arrow receivers and antennas when performing field work.

Features

  • 4-piece breakdown construction
  • Includes 5/8" threads for antenna mount
  • Integrated bubble level
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Eos Arrow 4-Piece Carbon Fiber Rangepole4PC-CARBONPOLE Arrow 4-piece carbon fiber rangepole with bubble level & carrying case, 2m fixed length
$245.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Eos Arrow 4-Piece Carbon Fiber Rangepole
4PC-CARBONPOLE
Arrow 4-piece carbon fiber rangepole with bubble level & carrying case, 2m fixed length
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$245.00
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  • Length: 6.56 ft. (2.00m)
  • Diameter: 1.25 in. (3.175cm)
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