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Old 10-16-2015, 03:47 PM
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Default Tool box rod holder! Best price and quality around

These rod racks are built with 100% American made components manufactured here in the great state of South Carolina! Top quality and money back guarantee!

You have the option of the 7 rod holder rack for $250.00, the 9 for 300.00 and the 11 for the lowest internet price anywhere for 350.00!
Standard shipping UPS 30.00




You can choose anodized finish or top quality powder coated finish. These powder coated racks go through a rigorous process before being sprayed with a super durable marine powder.

These racks use a custom "blind fasten" pad that not only allows for a clean look, but keeps you with only one mounting hole.


The interior finish washer and bolt (supplied)



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








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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$300 shipped for a 9 rod powder coated black? If that's right how do pay?
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Thats right. 300.00 to your door step
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Check your PMs. I'll take one, send me an invoice.
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Invoice sent, Thanks for emails and the business!
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any chance to be able to do this with bed rail mounts for those of us with tonneau covers and no tool boxes?
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Sure demolition, your practically my neighbor. Give me a call or text with your specs
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Glossy and flat blacks ready to ship. Thanks for all the orders and the free shipping SALE ENDS OCTOBER 31
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Thanks for the photos
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Any chance you can fabricate a 3-rod holder attachment that fits on a yeti cooler- where the rod holder has a lip that fits over the side of the cooler and the lid can still be opened.

I have a yeti coffin box but want to be able to attach rods to it without drilling holes into it.
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I would like to get one that can mount to a hard top, would it still be $300 shipped? Less without powder coating?
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Not sure what exactly you would want Vanw but I'll touch base with ya and we can get it going. Check PM's
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Here's a tool box rod holder in action with a local friend/guide off of Hilton Head island
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Can't wait to get my trident, awesome price, thanks.

I'm sure it will look great and when I get it I'll probably be ordering a rod rack. Need to get a truck box first though....

Any recommendations on brands that aren't shit and wont break the bank? 2012 F150 FX2
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we can build one with out a box....No worries..I have some in my other rod holder thread that sits on the bed rails
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Originally Posted by PalmettoTrooper View Post
we can build one with out a box....No worries..I have some in my other rod holder thread that sits on the bed rails
Yeah I saw those but I want to get a box. Any input on brands?

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i am looking to get the 11 holder. i have a nissan frontier. will the 11 work?
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Do u have a box in the back? How wide? I can custom make it to fit
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i have a box the top section is 63" above the rail. the bottom is 54" in between the rails.

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