Tower Mirror Mount Arm Replacement Knob
Tower Mirror Mount Arm Replacement Knob

G3 Arm Replacement Knob

KNB-200 (P12682-60 TEBGR)

Regular price$21.27
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The KNB-200 billet aluminum knob is an extended knob specifically designed to replace the recessed hex nut in the G3 Arm. This knob provides tool-free infinite adjustability to rigidly position your PTM Edge VR-Series mirror when initially setting the position of your mirror or when changing drivers requires a different mirror position. Available in Titanium Gray.

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Our products are OEM quality, made by our sister company, Protomet, in our state-of-the-art facility in East Tennessee. Tried and tested for years, we know what it takes to make fantastic, long lasting, marine products.

What the pros say

★★★★★

From the very first minute I used the VR-140 I was converted. It opens up a whole new world of sight from the drivers seat. Before now, I have been using 2 separate mirrors on my boat at the same time to try and eliminate blind spots, but the both of them don’t do near as good a job as the VR-140.

Travis Moye
Professional Boat Driver & Coach
★★★★★

Having a second set of eyes on your kids while towing them in any variety of watersports is inherent parental responsibility. The prescription grade optics provide unparalled viewable range...we've never seen a mirror like this.

Alan Wendt
IBEX Innovation Award Judge
★★★★★

The biggest thing I like is the fact that I can see the rider when they go to cut out, and I can see their whole progression all the way through their trick...this is definitely the best option on the market.

Cobe Mikacich
Pro Wakeboarder & Coach
★★★★★

It [the mirror] has revolutionized the way we coach. I'm able to keep my vision down the lake, but I can still see the skier go through all 6 buoys of the course without ever turning my vision away from the path.

Wade Cox
Pro Slalom Coach

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