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Old 28 November 2006, 05:38   #1
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stainless steel rod holders

Can anyone recommend some stainless rod holders that are not too expensive that they used and can source in the UK. Have two options, either to fit on a 1inch rail or on the aframe rail. Need to be able to clamp on if possible

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Old 28 November 2006, 05:40   #2
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I would be interested in these as well.
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Old 28 November 2006, 06:35   #3
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I just cable tie drain/water waste pipes to either side of the A frame and bungie tie the rods in that. Works a treat.
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Old 28 November 2006, 08:24   #5
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We`re thinking of doing the same, but it seems very tricky getting fixings for a fat aframe! So instead, we`re going to buy the black plastic rodholders, and then put 2 stainless rubber coated `p` clips top and bottom so they are a tight fit, and then put another 2 on the aframe, then 2 bolts through all 4 clip holes. When tightened, there shouldn`t be much movement. Need to do something, already lost a good bass rod this year!
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where i got mine from £18.00 i beleive , not shown on there web site butthey have plenty in stock, 5 mins to install or remove to a grab handle or a-frame etc,,i personally bough a small grab handle and fiited it to rear transom boxes and mounted them there so rods where through a-frame and out of harms way.

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where i got mine from £18.00 i beleive , not shown on there web site butthey have plenty in stock, 5 mins to install or remove to a grab handle or a-frame etc,,i personally bough a small grab handle and fiited it to rear transom boxes and mounted them there so rods where through a-frame and out of harms way.
Good news. I just dropped them an e-mail so I will report back if they reply.
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Good news. I just dropped them an e-mail so I will report back if they reply.
"Hi Andrew,

The stainless steel rod holder (see attached picture) will fit onto tubing up to 32 mm which I believe is 1 1/4" so they should fit no problem.

They are £15.99 each plus P+P

If I can be of any further help please do not hesitate to call Jan or Sally on 01299 251011 or 01299 251005

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My rod holders were delivered today. Nice!
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