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Pro Pad Square Rack Flag Mount Rfm-sq15 on

US $58.45

New Richmond, Wisconsin, United States

New Richmond, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Brand:Pro Pad Disclaimer:Stock Images Used - Verify Using Title and Part Number Manufacturer Part Number:RFM-SQ15 UPC:Does Not Apply

Pro Pad Square Rack Flag Mount RFM-SQ15 MSRP: $64.95 - Sale Price: $58.45
  • Polished 304 stainless steel mount bolts directly to the square .6" sport racks
  • Mount, as well as pole, can be easily detached via a small setscrew
  • Includes an American flag
  • Made in the U.S.A.
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