Lee's Heavy Duty 30 DEG Flush Mount Rod Holder for 36kg (80lb) fishing rods(RH530SS)

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Lee's RH530SS - Heavy Duty 30 DEG Flush Mount Rod Holder

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Lee's Tackle Stainless Steel Heavy Duty 30 Degree Flush Mount Boat Rod Holder

The choice of boat manufacturers and consumers around the globe, Lee's Tackle are the Boat Rod Holder Specialist for over 50 years. Cast from high grade stainless steel and set to an angle of 30 degrees this boat rod holder has a 57 mm (2.25") outside diameter and this rod holder is designed for a heavy size spinning class up to 36 kg (80 lb). 


1 x Lee's Tackle RH530SS HEAVY 30 DEG Flush Mount Boat Rod Holder


Lee's Tackle RH530SS Heavy Duty 30 DEG Flush Mount Boat Rod Holder
Mount Type: Flush Mount
Rod Holder Angle: 30 Degress
Outside Diameter: 57 mm (2.25")
Spinning Class: 36 kg (80 lb)




We offer a 1 year, non-transferable warranty covering defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty covers the defective product only and can be returned within 1 year of the date of original purchase to SeaSucker Down Under for replacement or repair. This shall constitute the sole remedy of the purchaser and the sole liability of SeaSucker Down Under Pty Ltd to the extent permitted by law. In no event shall SeaSucker Down Under Pty Ltd be liable for special or consequential damages. A sales receipt must accompany warranty claims. If your product fails due to a manufacturing or workmanship defect our first option will be to repair the item, free of charge. If the product is not repairable, or if the cost of repairing the item exceeds the cost of a new one, we will replace it. If the item has failed due to a manufacturing defect, we will pay the return shipping charges.

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