FREE OFFER Berkley® Twist Lock Horizontal Rod Rack
Great for boats, vans, wagons or ceilings, Berkley’s Twist Lock Horizontal Rod Rack is designed to secure four rods in overhead location for secure transporting. Made from durable polypropylene, the Twist Lock Rod Rack features foam grip pads that won’t mar the rod finish.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tazman976 Works like a charm I installed the rod holder in my boat and I am very pleased with the way it looks and the way it works. June 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by mailman Works for what i need This is a Over all ok rod holder the kit comes with screws but the are Flat Heads so you will want to have better screws. I have mine hanging in my mud room on a slanted wall and they hang just fine. but i can see if the were in a truck or something moving how the locks could move and rods could come out. But i love mine works great for what i need. May 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ExecRancher Excellant Value and Function Installed the Rod rack under the roof of my Mule. works Great to go from Home to Fish Ponds and the Rods are safe. Works Great! Thanks May 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by AlG19 my review of the twist lock rod rack Nothing fancy, but works well to hold rods out of the way so they won't get damaged. I attached it to the ceiling in my basement. Works best for straight handled rods, but I have found that it will also hold pistol grip style rods as well, just not really made for them. Rod's lock in place securely, just be careful removing them to not damage the inner foam. Would have been five stars if the handle holes were just a bit bigger to allow grip rods to go in further. September 15, 2011
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Details:People keep saying "mounted on the roof", then it turns out they mean inside on the ceiling. I have a Mitsubishi Montero and I fish the beaches of Baja. Need to throw a couple of assembled rods and reels on the roof (OUTSIDE...... 12' surf rod don't fit inside a Montero) to cruise the beach. Will this rack work for that?
A:Mount Vertical Rod Racks on your front Bumper, When at the Beach traveling, put the Rods in the Vertical Rack. That's how the Big Fisherman do it on The South Padre's in Texas. Have A Great Fishin Trip!
A:No it is make for inside a van or trailer.
A:No: go with a enclosed box if they are good rods you want to keep
I have 4 of these. 2 on the inside top of my van and 2 on my truck hard top. I think that they would stand up to the wind pressure. But definitely put socks on your rods.
PS my van vibrates pretty much due to the heavy tires. I would also just make sure you put the reel toward the front of your vehicle
A:Left to Right, approx. 12" Top to Bottom 3"
Details:If these two holders attach with "screws", how does one use screws on the celing of a $ 25,000 vehicle? Not trying to be smart, but attaching these to the inside roof of my van is not practicle with screws. Otherwise, I would be VERY interested in getting these to transport my rods. Thanks,
A:Bass Pro makes a left to Right suspension Rod carriar, which spans the inside of the Ceiling of your vehicle, you will see it fully in the catalog.
A:We use Machine screws with flat washers and lock nuts sealed with silicone in our $1500 pickup caps, it voids our warranty but thats not a $20,000 vehical. Did use a model that was like a sling with velco holders in my old Ramcharger but they now have some that fit in the ceiling that have different mounts from window trim wedges to coat hanger mounts. look for those
A:you need at least a half inch thick ceiling to screw into. Any thinner than that and you would drill through. You could glue some wood to the ceiling and screw to that or just try glueing the holders.
A:i attached them to thin steel bars that I attached on the sides. worked great.
A:A FAST DRYING EPOXY,YOU CAN SIDE MOUNT THIS ALSO...
A:If your roof is metal, try Clear Silastic. If you have a cloth liner, depending on the weight of your poles, Velcro strips. Most vans' liners have a backing that permits a space between the liner and the roof enough for screws.
A:each peice is aprox 12" x 2" x 4"
Details:How does this rod attach to the roof of a vehicle?
A:Mine screw into the roof of the cap that goes over the bed of my pickup. The roof is about 3/4 to 1 inch thick so the screws won't go all the way through. Just don't use a screw gun or they will strip out the fiberglass.
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