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4x Excellent Sliler Highly Polished Stainless Steel Outrigger Stylish Rod Holder on 2040-parts.com

US $155.00
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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4X Excellent Sliler Highly Polished Stainless Steel Outrigger Stylish Rod Holder

Description

this item includes 4pcs Stainless Steel Outrigger Stylish Rod Holder

The best and most economical way to increase your trolling spread. 
A wider spread means fewer trolling tangles and more fish in the boat.
 
Mirror polished stainless steel construction.
 
24" nylon rod safety strap & 316L Stainless quick release reel clip --
 
Vinyl liner has 1-5/8" ID. 
 
Rod holder tube has a 20° up angle from the water. 
 
14" tall & 1-1/2" OD gunnel rod holder mount tube.
 
Increases trolling spread.
 
Strong, stylish and functional.





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