For your kind consideration is this Gauger 13" 6 lug RIMS Alloy Pro Series suspension tom mount in near mint condition. This Gauger Alloy Pro Series mount comes with 3 adjustable flanges/grommets the universal mounting side plate. GPI's RIMS Alloy Pro Series is the only serious rack mounting system for maximizing your drum's resonance. Their anodized aluminum material isolates better than other chrome plated steel mounts and is half the weight. Each RIMS mount is hand formed to ensure that it fits perfectly to each diameter drum, and our adjustable sliding flange allows for exact placement over your drum's lugs. Enjoy!

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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  • Gauger 13" 6 Lug RIMS Alloy Pro Series Platinum Suspension Tom Mount
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  • Chrome
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Des Plaines, IL, United States
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