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Flush-Mount Rod Holder

   

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  • SKU: 570625

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  • 9-1/2" long
  • 2-1/2" x 2-5/8" flush mount
  • 1-5/8" diameter
  • ABS plastic construction
  • Open bottom design
Constructed from rugged ABS plastic, these lightweight yet durable Flush-Mount Rod Holders feature an open bottom design. Made in USA.
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Great item Great item worth the money, gonna pick up Another for the other side July 28, 2014
Rod Holder Used the flush mount on the back deck....not in the way can step on without tripping over, holds gimbal grove on salt water rod for heavy trolling. Inexpensive but works great...won't rust... October 14, 2013
Works well I installed 2 of these on a kayak. The tubes were a little too long for this kayak, so I had to cut a couple inches off. They were very easy to install and work well. June 26, 2013
worked great I have a bass hunter ex. They worked great no problem October 5, 2011
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I just purchased 2 of these rod holders online and they have not been delivered yet. What do i need for mounting hardware and is there any other advise for installing these in my kayak?
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Used a couple of self tappers,
Made my own gasket just to get a tight seal
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You will need #12 FH screws.
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