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Old 05-14-2012, 05:18 PM
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Rod holder

Im really into fishing and I cant find a good prices rod holder for my 2006 f250 xlt. I dont want to spend more than like $120 on a rod holder. Anyone know of a cheap one or an easy way to make one? thanks
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I've see it done with PVC pipe. A couple of 1.5" or 2" tee's, a little pipe and a few bolts and you can build it. I've also seen people use gun racks to hold rods too.
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I think im going to use PVC but I just dont know where the best place to put it is.
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I use my Yakima ski rack, the kind that open and are lined with rubber. Issue them on the highway and never had a problem.
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I used these on the flat uprights on the inside of the bed on the side.
Amazon.com: Berkley Black Horizontal Rod Rack: Sports & Outdoors Amazon.com: Berkley Black Horizontal Rod Rack: Sports & Outdoors
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