QuikLok S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod with M20 Bolt for Satellite Speaker System (Black)

BH #QUS333 • MFR #S-333
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QuikLok S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod with M20 Bolt for Satellite Speaker System (Black)
Key Features
  • Telescopic, Variable Length
  • Double Ended Rod with M20 Threaded Bolt
  • 35mm One Side and 40mm on Other Side
  • Allows for Separation of Sub and Speaker
The S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod with M20 Bolt for Satellite Speaker System from QuikLok is a height adjustable double ended rod with a 35mm diameter on one end and a 40mm diameter built with a M20 threaded bolt on the other end. It can be used for connection to a subwoofer threaded flange and allows for separation of subwoofer and satellite speaker. In addition, the height is adjustable from 31.5 to 43.3" and the S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod is made of steel. It features an integrated locking pin to prevent accidents.
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$19.99

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

QuikLok S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod with M20 Bolt for Satellite Speaker System (Black)

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QuikLok S-333 Overview

The S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod with M20 Bolt for Satellite Speaker System from QuikLok is a height adjustable double ended rod with a 35mm diameter on one end and a 40mm diameter built with a M20 threaded bolt on the other end. It can be used for connection to a subwoofer threaded flange and allows for separation of subwoofer and satellite speaker. In addition, the height is adjustable from 31.5 to 43.3" and the S-333 Telescopic Extension Rod is made of steel. It features an integrated locking pin to prevent accidents.

QuikLok S-333 Specs

Height Range31.5 to 43.3" / 80.0 to 110.0 cm
Tube DiameterTop: 1.38" / 3.49 cm
Bottom: 1.57" / 3.99 cm (with built-in M20 threaded bolt)
Weight Capacity125.0 lb / 56.7 kg
Weight3.4 lb / 1.5 kg
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