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Old 02-28-2014, 09:45 AM
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Default Tool Box rod holder! Free Shipping Fathers day special

THT special at 250.00 for the 7 rod holder mount, Anodized or Powder coating same price on ALL!!!!!
The 9 holder @ 300.00
The 11 holder @ 350.00
These racks are built with quality tulip rod holders with the new and improved super durable insert. No more worries of fading or mildew stains to junk up your white inserts. Also you will see a concept on this rod holder referred to as blind fastening. Once mounted, you will see no mounting screws as it only requires one hole drilled in your box compared to other mounting pads requiring 4. Not only does this concept give a "cleaner" look, it also makes it very difficult to for a thief to take while your off shore fishing for the day.
These racks are powder coated with in a super durable Black or White finish and they are ready to be shipped to your door. Other colors available upon request with a slight up charge as well as an anodized aluminum finish.
Shipping on the east coast is around 30.00 and increases a little as they pass they Mississippi.
This rack is built at 57 1/2 inches wide which a common size for most full sized tool boxes. The can be built larger/smaller as needed.

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These racks use a custom "blind fasten" pad that not only allows for a clean look, but keeps you with only one mounting hole.
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The interior finish washer and bolt (supplied)

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Not only do you get the custom mounting pads, you also receive the custom inserts that are specifically made for these racks. These "hard plastic" inserts not only repels mildew but also protects the rim of the rod holder with an overlap lip. These inserts are custom made in Good ole Tennessee
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Here are few pictures of the racks and the powder coating process

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These powder coated racks are sprayed with an acid wash and also blasted with a new Hydro Blaster to ensure optimal bond
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After spraying, each part is placed in the oven where each batch Is recorded for quality assurance
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Here is a quick look at the machine shop where all the components are manf
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Old 02-28-2014, 02:11 PM
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Hey Trooper. I like that mount. Alot. Fewer holes = fewer places to leak!

I assume you can still do that one with alternating straight to angled tulips and accomodate more rods, like the 11 rod unit we discussed last week. Correct?

Looks good man. Be ordering soon.

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Oh yeah! We can do the same with 11 alternating. Many more than that and it starts to become to tight and looks really cluttered.
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Old 02-28-2014, 03:13 PM
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Do you have any pics of the 11 and price?
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Old 02-28-2014, 03:47 PM
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Any pics with 50 lb class tackle in it?
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Old 02-28-2014, 04:25 PM
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360.00 for the 11


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Jagsare1: Im mounting a white one in the next few days and will take a pic of it loaded down with heavy tackle

Same concept being used on the new Hydrosport 4200SF. Take the virtual tour and check it out
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Old 02-28-2014, 07:12 PM
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Thats a nice unit. How can you biuld it for that?
I already have one from another manufacture or I would be all over this Smokin deal.
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Hey Stamas, I have a full time career and do this as a hobby. I do everything by myself and truly enjoy seeing things come together. With that, I'm able to offer products just a little over cost. This hobby allows me to keep my boats operational on a Troopers salary!
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I love to see someone take a Idea, apply some creativity and talent and put together something that looks this good with a great function at a very fair price.

Tig welders, Argon, materials, electricity and powdercoating are not cheap.

A small fabrication business, making money. .

Good luck to you.

Whats the next product?
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What size are the pads you use on the mounts? I have a 6 rod holder and the pads have 4 bolt holes. Curious if your pads will cover the 4 holes I have in toolbox for each pad if I buy 11 rod unit.
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Old 03-01-2014, 06:21 AM
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They are 4 inches. The washer on the back comes in 2 or 3 inches. I can get the pads upward of 5 inches though
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how much for the Grill with the T Top?
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The one in my pic is the mother ship. I've built a few since. I'll tell ya, it all depends on the grill you want..
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Heres some new photos on a customers truck




Jagsare1: The customer didn't have any large tackle to put in the rod rack so I stood on it to show its strength and durability. I'm 270lbs and balanced on it for a few minutes with out a hitch
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Man, that is a great deal!! Great looking product!
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I want the 11 rod holder shipped, all in black, can u LineX it before??

Shipping to 78043

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Trooper: I love the 11-rod holder. I already have a rack for the truck, but I need to replace the factory rocket launcher on my Parker 2520.

If I unbolted it and shipped it to you, do you think it would be possible for you to make an 11-rod launcher with the same anchor points as my factory launcher?
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Yeah not a problem...no need to ship, just a few pics and a few measurements.
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Originally Posted by PalmettoTrooper View Post
Yeah not a problem...no need to ship, just a few pics and a few measurements.
Great. What do you think it would cost?
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360-400.00 depending on how difficult the mounts turn out to be. That would be for 11 rod holders
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Good stuff here. P Trooper is good people, fellas.
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