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#1 achez

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Posted October 17 2005 - 4:12 PM

Looking for rod holders for inside your truck. I've seen other guys with rods inside their trucks. Just wanted to see how they made them or where they bought them. Any suggestions would be appreciated
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#2 Toad in Nj

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Posted October 17 2005 - 4:25 PM

What kind of truck do you have?


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Posted October 17 2005 - 4:30 PM

Explorer XLT.....


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Posted October 17 2005 - 4:32 PM

This one is from Inno.
It will only work with a truck that has grab handles. (it won't work with my '90 Bronco)
They have a few different models, from $175-$250


The Ultimate solution for transporting your rods that installs with no hole drilling
Quick and easy loading and unloading of rods
Ceiling mount keeps cargo space free for other supplies and gear - and passengers
Protects rods and reels by holding away from cargo and other rods
Bolts to car frame at existing grab-handle mount points for solid performance
Front hooks spaced narrow to guide tips between driver and passenger
Sliding frame members and clamps adjust to different vehicle sizes
Anodized aluminum and stainless steel frame is resistant to rust, scratches and vibration

I have the one below, for the price it's ok, but the rear rubber part stretched out quickly.

$39.99


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Posted November 05 2005 - 2:44 PM

Cabela's carries the bottom one, just seach for "interior rod storage"


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Posted November 05 2005 - 3:52 PM

Get a few strips of that orange plastis snow fence material. Hanf one froe and one aft. Slide the tip and butt into rescpective piece od fence.
The material will not damage the rods!


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Posted November 05 2005 - 5:02 PM


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Originally posted by Charleston:
Get a few strips of that orange plastis snow fence material. Hanf one froe


You drinkin again?


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Posted November 05 2005 - 7:45 PM

Yes


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