EasyUp EZ22-2A 2ft High Tripod (EZ22-2A) from Solid Signal
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EasyUp EZ22-2A 2ft High Tripod (EZ22-2A)

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EasyUp EZ22-2A 2ft High Tripod (EZ22-2A)

Brand: EasyUp           P\N: EZ22-2A          

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Solid Signal is an Authorized Reseller of EasyUp products.
Solid Signal is an Authorized Reseller of EasyUp products.
Holds masts up to 1.75" diameter. Made of 1" OD-18 gauge galvanized tubing. Spread 26 1/2" Mast supported by 6 bolts; plus supporting cup. Mast not included Made in America.

Features


  • Materials: 1” OD - 18 gauge galvanized tubing

  • Height: 2 ft

  • No. of Bolts to Hold Mast: 6

  • Accepts Mast Up To: Up to 1.75 in



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