Quik Lok Telescopic Pole
- 24ft - 4 section pole - (83" Closed Length)
- Low profile couplers allow the pole to slide easily through the hands.
- Quarter Turn to Lock
- Rolled edges on tubing
- Standard Acme Screw Tip
$23.60 - $90.05
24ft - 4 section pole - (83" Closed Length)
Low profile couplers alow the pole to slide easily through the hands.
Quarter Turn to Lock, Rolled edges on tubing, Screw Tip
Wooden pole tip not included.
Telescopic connecting rod for satellite speaker systems. Telescopic, variable length, extension tube for connection of satellite speaker systems. Double ended rod, 35mm diameter on one side, and 40mm diameter built with a M20 threaded bolt on the other end, for connection to subwoofer threaded flange. Allows for the most ideal separation of subwoofer and speaker. All-steel construction, with locking pin to prevent accident descent and vibration.
- Telescopic, double ended variable length extension tube for connection of satellite systems
- Allows for the most ideal separation of subwoofer and speaker
- All-steel construction with locking pin to prevent acident descent and vibration
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