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granddaddy55

Centermount 410 on ‘14 tower

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granddaddy55

 

Looks like the top bar in center has a small curve, further out seems less curvature in ‘14 Axis fatax tower

Can you center mount with fixed clamps?

Is that what swivel clamps on a 410 are actually for? Accommodating the curvature of the bar, cause you certainly can’t swivel the 410 itself?

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Cant swivel one, but you can remove it, which the TC3-S also allows. I would go with the TC3-S over fixed for any tower that was not a straight bar. 

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granddaddy55

Just got word from the OEM wetsounds in house expert as I sent him pictures of tower bars( a few days ago ) with a ruled yard stick showing degree and distance of curvature and degree of curve at outer end of top bar  for dual 410 mount and center of bar for single mount(slightly bigger curve is further out) 

After viewing the pictures and maybe some research Roland said the center mount will be ok with fixed but use swivels to do dual mount

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