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The Rod Saver Vehicle Rod Carrier holds 7 rods conveniently. No drilling required. Spring clips allow easy removal for storage when not in use. Adjustable from 40" to 72". Designed to fit all types of trucks, campers, vans, or Suburbans.
The rod saver doesn't fit in a 2002 grand cherokee Laredo. It hangs to low in the inside of the car, and I had to use tie wraps to attach the front of the holder to the car handles. Doesn't look good as the picture this was sure a big bumer
September 6, 2012
Simple strap that runs between the coat hooks in the truck. Could not get it to hang right in my Tahoe.
April 28, 2012
I have a Mistsubish Outlander. It doesn't have anything up high in the back to fasten it to but has fasteners high enough for the rods to clear the seats and not be bent against the ceiling. I love having my rods up and out of the way. I was always worried about breaking them before when they were just laying around with all my other gear. This rod holder takes all my worries away
April 8, 2012
had to modify the installation instructions some for my yukon so it doesn't hang as high as i would like, but every item can't be a 100% perfect fit for every vehicle. so far it seems to be the best thing to prevent damaging an expensive fishing rod when traveling cross-country as i do. i will definitly purchase more for other vehicles instead of transfering it from one to another, not that it is hard ot install, but because it would be quicker in the long run to get more.
October 22, 2011
I don't see any reason why it won't. I installed one in my 2003 Yukon which is the same body. Instead of hooking to the clothes rod hangers I had to go to the rear trim pieces right in front of the the liftgate because of the style clothes rod hangers. By doing this it hangs a good bit lower than the picture on the web site shows, but it has 7 rod&reel combos on it. The instructions are general anyway because of all the different vehicles, but I would definitely give it a try.
If you have the typical hangar clips above the rear doors and in the cargo area of a SUV then you would remove those and install the clips(supplied) with the same screw you took out for the hangar clip.
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