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Old 08-03-2015, 11:24 AM
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I have just drawn up and cut out some rod racks that are made to mount vertically on the wall. They hold 10 rods and are made out of 1/2" white marine board. These were cut out on our CNC router and assembled. Price for a set is $75 + shipping (about $10 in Florida)
We also have rod racks that mount horizontally in your garage that hold 18 rods hanging. Price is also $75 + shipping. Here is a picture of the 10 rod vertical set. Sorry about picture quality I took these right after the first set was assembled with my cellphone.
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Do you have a picture of the horizontal rod rack you mentioned above?
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Here is a cell shot after we cut the first sets out. Shown is two sets
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Our newest 12 rod rack, holds rods in the vertical position 47" wide. Price on these is $145 because of the size and pieces that make up this unit.
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Thanks for PM reply.
Payment sent for horizontal holders.
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Old 08-13-2015, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Love2fly View Post
Thanks for PM reply.
Payment sent for horizontal holders.
Thank you sir for the purchase, they are boxed up, labeled and waiting on UPS to pick them up.
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Where are your are your rod butt centers at?
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Originally Posted by sixmassive View Post
Where are your are your rod butt centers at?
First picture 10 rod= 9.375"
Second picture 18 rod (ceiling mount)= 5.25"
Last picture 12 rod (rods mount vertically)=4"
Other than the 12 rod, all racks the rods are opposing when put in the rack. The reel size determines how many total rods can be put in the racks. The 12 rod (last picture) larger reels can be slightly turned to accommodate the bigger reels since the rods will be vertical.
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Three sets of the ceiling mounted 18 rod racks are ready for immediate shipping. Later this week I will be making a couple sets of the 10 rod rack and the larger (material wise) 12 rod rack that holds the rods in the vertical position. Thank you to all that have ordered our rod racks so far.
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are these still available?
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are these still available?
Yes sir, we make them to order. What style are you looking for? We also just started a Epic Marine Plastics Facebook page to show items and better pictures.
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That first picture could probably also be ceiling mounted. I made mine own with a very similar alternating pattern and can fit 10 offshore rod setups with no problem at all. Just thought I would throw that out there as it appears that you could get the full 10 rods up on the ceiling without much concern for reel sizes as they are alternating and won't interfere with each other.
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Originally Posted by SeaFoxNH View Post
That first picture could probably also be ceiling mounted. I made mine own with a very similar alternating pattern and can fit 10 offshore rod setups with no problem at all. Just thought I would throw that out there as it appears that you could get the full 10 rods up on the ceiling without much concern for reel sizes as they are alternating and won't interfere with each other.
You are correct, I made the wall mount 10 rod for a local customer. For larger offshore reels it is a goof choice for the ceiling.
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This was sent to us by a customer after he installed the ceiling mounted 18 rod rack. This shows how the rods alternate when hanging.
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Looks good! How long is the ceiling mount? Got to figure out where to put them in my shed before I order!
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Originally Posted by edwardpic View Post
Our newest 12 rod rack, holds rods in the vertical position 47" wide. Price on these is $145 because of the size and pieces that make up this unit.
What about a 6 or 8 rod version of this wall holder?? I am also in St. Pete. Rag's
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Originally Posted by VBF91 View Post
Looks good! How long is the ceiling mount? Got to figure out where to put them in my shed before I order!
The ceiling mount racks are approx. 47.5" wide. I am drawing up a 2ft version, maybe a 3ft if the interest is there.
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Originally Posted by Ragtop409 View Post
What about a 6 or 8 rod version of this wall holder?? I am also in St. Pete. Rag's
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Stop by the shop anytime, I can draw something up for you. We can go over exactly what you would like.
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My shop is just down from the Shoot Straight gun range on Ulmerton.
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Some other things we are making....
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I would be interested in a horzontal mount rod rack; but instead of a closed opening for a but have it be a bigger "slot"; I'd like to use it for fly rods. What do you think?
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