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Lee's Stainless Flush Mount Rod Holder

Item # 93377
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Key Features

  • LE525


Our Price   $79.99

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Product Description
lees_tackle Quality Rod Holders For Boaters Who Care
America's most popular rod holders are designed to be installed through the covering board, allowing more room in the cockpit. The top flanges are crowned for maximum strength and attractive appearance. Each features a full-length white vinyl insert. Stainless steel. Available in straight, 15°, and 30°.
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Specifications
Style Flush
Angle 30°
Finish Stainless Steel

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Lee's TackleLees Stainless Flush Mount Rod Holder
 
5.0

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5.0

Excellent, well made rod holders

By Dennis

from Port Aransas, TX

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Maintain
  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Very well made

Cons

    Best Uses

    • All Water Fishing
    • Salt Water

    Comments about Lee's Tackle Lees Stainless Flush Mount Rod Holder:

    I bought and have used Lee rod holders for over ten years. I needed three for my new boat so I bought Lee again. I'm very pleased. They are well made, the tube is completely welded to the top. All of the metal appears to be 316 stainless steel which has excellent corrosion resistance in salt water and looks great. They are relatively easy to install. Use a hole saw to drill the center hole straight down and then tilt the hole saw to the approximate angle of the rod holder and drill the hole again at an angle. The finished hole can be trimmed up with a file. I used caulk to keep any water out of the exposed fiberglass and coring I drilled into.

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    • No

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