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Ram Trolling Motor Stabilizer Mount With Long Double Socket Arm Ram-108-d on

US $64.99

Miller, South Dakota, United States

Miller, South Dakota, United States
Condition:New Brand:RAM Manufacturer Part Number:RAM-108-D

RAM Trolling Motor Stabilizer.

To prevent damage to your bow or stern, secure your trolling motor in place with the RAM® Trolling Motor Stabilizer. Integrating the patented double ball and socket technology, configure the exact angle and placement of the RAM Mount to properly secure your trolling motor exactly where you want it.  Reduce bouncing on rough water or when transporting with this tough and durable stabilizer.  The maximum allowable distance between the mounting surface on the boat and the lowest point on the trolling motor shaft if 12", distances shorter than 12" are compatible with this mount.

  • Double socket arm.
  • 2.5" diameter round base with the universal AMP hole pattern.
  • Single strap base, for rails from .5" to 2" in diameter.
  • Lifetime Warranty

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