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Old 07-13-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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I have several models of rod holders that I am fabricating and selling. I have a design that mounts to your tool box or truck bed and also a design that fits in a 2" receiver hitch. All rod holders are made of aluminum and 100% tig welded. After I fabricate the holders I spray them with a black corrosion resistant paint. They are super light and easy to use. The pricing fpr the rod holders is as follows:
-$40 for a 3 rod holder
-$50 for a 4 rod holder
-$60 for a 5 rod holder

I can add more holders for $10 a piece. I have included some pics of a few of the holders that I have made so far. Contact me if you have any questions of if you have a custom order.-Ryan
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Old 07-14-2012, 01:26 AM   #2
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Can you put the yailgate down with your hitch model without having to take it out?
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The tubes that the rods go into are 12" long, so if there is 12'' between the top of your hitch receiver and the bottom of your tailgate then yes. If not I could weld fabricate one with an offset soi that the rack would sit a little lower for $10 more.
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I have seen them in person and they are nice and good quality. I bought two, one for the suv- hitch style and one for the truck-mounts to the tool box. Thanks Ryan, nice meeting you.
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Here is a pic of the 5 rod hitch mounted rod holder. This is without paint and some might prefer this look over the coated look. Prices are listed above
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Old 07-17-2012, 06:38 PM   #6
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Here is the new model I am making.They mount to tool boxes or the bed in the back of you truck. Cost will be $100 or I am open to trades.
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Old 07-17-2012, 06:50 PM   #7
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I need some rod holders on the back of my little center console. It has a few on the left side of the console but they get in the way when casting . You think u could build me something?..
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I could fabricate you something similiar to what I just posted. Would you want it to be welded on or bolted on?
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Bolted or screwed after the rain passes I'll get some pics maybe u could draw me some ideas upon not very creative..
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Sounds good. Get me an outside measurement of your seat so I will know how wide. The more info the better.
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