Monster duel action installed

Discussion in 'Fishing Rod Holder Review' started by perrycounty.in, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. perrycounty.in

    perrycounty.in New Member

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    I ordered 6 duel action rod holders from Steve on monday and ive done installed them on my boat on wednesday. I was amazed when i opened the box to see how big these holders are they are brutes. Pictures do them no justice. Glad i went with monster. they even match my homemade rod rack.:smile2: Here are a few pics.

    Thanks Steve on the fast shippin and great product
     

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  2. SGTREDNECK

    SGTREDNECK New Member

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  3. Bill in SC

    Bill in SC New Member

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    NICE looking set up!!

    Bill in SC
     
  4. jayhawkokie

    jayhawkokie New Member

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    Great lookin setup you have there, looks like you're ready for some serious fishing.

    I have 3 of them on my boat and I love them.

    Jayhawkokie
     
  5. Jeremy Leach

    Jeremy Leach New Member

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    Looks great man. You will love those holders....now time to put them through the test.
     
  6. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

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    Aaron thanks for sharing the pics and comments. Looks great. Would you care to explain how you rigged the "T" Base. Some dimmensions would be helpful.
     
  7. perrycounty.in

    perrycounty.in New Member

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    It was pretty simple really, being i have a fiberglass boat i really didn't want to drill anything in it. Plus i can remove it in about 30 sec's. I just measured the width of my boat and cut a 2x8 the same width, painted it black, took one of my extra pedestals and bought a seat base for it then screwed it to the 2x8 with 1 1/2 lags in the middle, i came in 12" from each end and put an eye bolt in the bottom of it so i could ratched strap it on each side to my cleats lucky they lined up with my pedestal. Then i just mounted my holders on the 2x8 and left some room in the middle for a cut board for my bait. Until i bought the holders i only had about $12 in it.
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2009
  8. OhioRiver

    OhioRiver New Member

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    what he said lol. looks great!
     
  9. flathead_hunter

    flathead_hunter Well-Known Member

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    looks great!!!! i'm going to ditch my drift masters this winter and get some of them:wink:
     
  10. Flootie16

    Flootie16 New Member

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    yeah man they look great back there. now just wait until u put them to the test and its so easy to get your rod out of the holder. not to mention they just look that dam good. ur gonna love them. i love them so much that i am probably going to have to try out his rod holders that he makes for crappie fishing as well.... :cool2: