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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods

Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods

Description

The Breakdown Top Setting Wading Rod is designed for hydrologists who need to travel by air or need a long top set rod in a convenient carrying or shipping length.

Features

  • Available in English & metric units
  • Works with many popular flow meters
  • Each rod is custom configured to break down into 2 pieces
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The Breakdown Top Setting Wading Rod is designed for hydrologists who need to travel by air, prefer a top set rod to a standard wading rod or need a long 8 foot or 10 foot top set rod in a convenient carrying or shipping length.

The hex rod and round rod breakdown with the round rod screwing apart and the hex rod has a special sliding set screw connection. Each rod is custom configured as to length of each section depending upon requirements.
What's Included:
  • (1) Breakdown top setting wading rod
  • (1) Threaded base plate with lock washer
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-020 Breakdown top setting wading rod with English increments, 4 ft.
$455.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-021 Breakdown top setting wading rod with English increments, 6 ft.
$490.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-023 Breakdown top setting wading rod with English increments, 8 ft.
$545.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-025 Breakdown top setting wading rod with English increments, 10'
$590.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-027 Breakdown top setting wading rod with English increments, 12'
$610.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-028 Breakdown top setting wading rod with metric increments, 1.2m
$455.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-009-2 Breakdown top setting wading rod with metric increments, 1.5m
$495.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-029 Breakdown top setting wading rod with metric increments, 2m
$500.00
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Rickly Breakdown USGS Top Setting Wading Rods 105-030 Breakdown top setting wading rod with metric increments, 3m
$630.00
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Questions & Answers

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Would this be compatible with a Hach FH950 Portable Flow Meter?
Yes, the USGS top-setting wading rods are compatible with the Hach FH950 Portable Flow Meter.

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