RAM Mounting Systems for Portable ElectronicsRAM Mount RAM-ROD 2000 Rod Holder w/ RAM-ROD Rev Ratchet/Socket, Base
RAM Mount RAM-ROD 2000 Fishing Rod Holder w/ RAM-ROD Revolution Ratchet/Socket System and Round Flat Surface Base
DetailsRAM MOUNT RAM-ROD 2000 ROD HOLDER W/ FLAT SURFACE MOUNTRAM-ROD 2000 Fishing Rod Holder with RAM-ROD Revolution Ratchet/Socket System and Round Flat Surface Base
The RAM-117U consists of the RAM-ROD 2000 fishing rod holder, double socket arm and 2.5" diameter round base that contains the universal AMPS hole pattern. Offering the patented RAM rubber ball, socket and ratcheting feature, you can rotate the rod holder 360 degrees, while tilting the cradle forward and back for the optimum angle.
High Strength Composite and Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
1.5" Rubber Ball Size
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.
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