Black Fishing Rod Holder With Bungee Cords 17 1/2" X 15-1/4" Marine Boat on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:4755023
am selling a black fishing rod holder with bungee cords, part number 9050319. It measures
overall 17-1/2" wide x 15-1/4" high, overall. The attached mounting
piece is 14 1/2" length x 1-3/4" width. It has (6) cutout sections
with bungee cords in addition to the round cutout at to top that measures roughly 2" diameter. This has some dust and minor scratches and scuffs
from storage. This piece is new old stock and does come as shown with
only parts shown. For more information regarding this item contact a
dealer in your area . Shipping cost is for the continental United
States (lower 48 States only). For shipping outside of the continental
United States please inquire about shipping cost before bidding. (JW /
LOC: 128 D / 9050319) (3)
Storage for Sale
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