Product #: QUICKKIT

Receiver plates for easy removal of the Davit Heads from the swim platform for use with the RBD100 and SSHR for the SD1. Comes with all the mounting hardware plus the pin and lanyard. (Not to be used with RS150)



Product #: QUICKKIT

For use with the Weaver Snap Davit System. Consists of plates, used in combination with your existing Weaver davit heads, used for easy removal of davit heads from your swim platform. These plates are installed directly to your swim platform as a permanent fixture. You can then slide your davit heads in and out of them in less then 5 seconds. The advantage to using the Quick Kit is that with the removal of the davit heads you are left with a much lower profile on the platform. A lower profile means you are less likely to embarrass yourself by tripping over the heads and winding up wet. Installation is fairly easy. They mount to the existing holes you already have from the davit heads. It shouldn’t take over 5 minutes to install using a ratchet wrench.
Weight 3 lbs


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