BoatBuckle® RodBuckle® Rod Hold-Down System or Mount Adapter
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- Attractive and functional
- Self-retracting polyester strap
- PVC extrusion coated strap grips rods and resists hook penetration
- Easy installation with mounting template included
Designed by fishermen for fishermen, the RodBuckle Retractable Rod Hold-Down System is the most attractive and functional rod hold-down system on the market for deck style fishing boats. The self-retracting polyester strap extends a full 24'' and securely locks into position on the deck. The PVC extrusion coated strap grips rods and resists hook penetration. When not in use, it neatly retracts out of the way. Easy installation with mounting template included.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 29
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4kuchi great rod holding devise
Got this for my 14' alum. fishing boat to hold mulitple rods while under way without having them bounce about in the boat or get under foot. I got the top deck adaptor so I could use the bench seat instead of the side of the boat. When not in use it's retracted against the side of the boat out of the way on the seat. When the rods sit on bare aluminum they tend to slide about, so I'm going to put carpet on the bench seats so the rods don't slide, and they'll be more comfortable. Easily unhooks and retracts out of the way, and definitely holds rods at the ready near me instead of all over the boat. Best rod container I've seen and used!
April 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rocky01 Great purchase
Purchased these boat buckles ten years ago and installed them on my Skeeter SX 200 bass boat. I have been in some pretty rough waters over the years and i must say that they have held up very well. I just replaced one because someone accidentally trip on one exiting the boat. There easy to install and I would definitely recommend them to anyone.
January 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by cajunbassman Great product
If you are not a handyman with alot of patience I wouldn't purchase this product unless you know someone who will install it. I took the template and set it as low to the deck as possible and marked where I wanted to install. The 4 corners are about a .25" radius so I drilled a .50" hole at each with the outside edge of the bit at the outer edge of my mark.
Then I drilled several holes close to the perimeter around the edge to alow for a small half round file to pass through. I used the edge of the file as a saw and cut the hole edges and smoothed along the edges of the template and kept fitting the holder until it fit perfect. Then I simply set it in the hole, drilled pilot holes and put in the 2 screws. For the catch on the deck you may need to purchese stainless screws and elastic lock nuts if it goes through a lid and drill oversize holes to mount. It only took me about 30 minutes to install in this manner.
June 19, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by jay34rw good quality
I have a similar one that came with my boat which I love. This one is a little big for the inside edge where it mounts so the bracket is needed to mount it. Would be a large hole to cut.
April 17, 2012
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