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Old 20 January 2007, 19:52   #1
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Where can I get rod holders like this?

I wouldn't mind a couple of these on my tubes but no idea who'd make/sell them. The ones in the pic are on a cheap and nasty inflatable.

They'd probably be useful for holding up a tent too.
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Old 21 January 2007, 07:41   #2
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I,d suggest you e-mail Henshaws or paul Tilley with the picture .Good potential for a shelter as you pointed out.What make of boat is it on that would also help to find them.
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Old 21 January 2007, 09:47   #3
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The boat it came off is one of these- a danger to itself and the occupants...

http://www.ukgooddeals.com/pp/SPORTS..._Boat_Set.html
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The boat it came off is one of these- a danger to itself and the occupants...

http://www.ukgooddeals.com/pp/SPORTS..._Boat_Set.html
It looks like it should safely get someone to the other side of an above ground swimming pool.
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I wouldn't mind a couple of these on my tubes but no idea who'd make/sell them. The ones in the pic are on a cheap and nasty inflatable.

They'd probably be useful for holding up a tent too.
Yuch!!!!!! Bet you got Furry dice in the truck too!

Nos, Be a man, hold your rod in your hand!!!!
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I've no intention of using the actual ones in the picture-if they are the same standard as the inflatable then they'll last 10 minutes.

Does anyone make anything similar?
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I've no intention of using the actual ones in the picture-if they are the same standard as the inflatable then they'll last 10 minutes.

Does anyone make anything similar?

I got these from a Fish tackle shop in Porthmadog they just bolt on to the transom or any other vertical surface and they were about 15 quid



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ROd holders

These look like they work. A close up inspection and it looks like vice bolts are at best galvanised 1/4 inch and starting to show some signs of rust,
May be wrong but I would change these to stainless too.
Besides, if they are neat you can bolt on full time.
Whatabout bolting on to A-frame, well out of the way!!!
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rod holders

I normaly take em off and wash and clean them but after last outing thought i would be going out again a week later, that was in September !! but due to over running house Building/renovation work only just brought boat home from wales for the winter

Hence the rust and hence the need to change the wheela and the bearings

see other thread

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