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Rod Saver Vehicle Rod Carrier

   

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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.

Rods and reels are not included.

Rod Saver Vehicle Rod Carrier 3.8 5 26 26
great storage system I installed this product in my suv. It is a snap to install and workes great, with the rods and reels up there is now danger of them breaking and room for more fishing gear THEY ARE GREAT April 25, 2006
Great product for transporting rods If you spend a bunch of money on rods like I do, it's a must that you get this product. I easily mounted the anchors and straps in my Chevy Trailblazer. Now I don't have to worry about rodtips in doors, someone sitting on a rod or just simple clumsy breakage. I would definitely recommend this to any angler who transports rods in an SUV. Money well spent. March 6, 2007
Not bad, some flaws I purchased this product for a 1200 mile round trip to Canada. It does what it says it does, carries your rods safely. However, installation can be a bit cumbersome and I found that the best way to install it was to not use the mounting hardware and simply tie the adjustable straps right onto the grab bars themselves. You'll get a much tighter fit by doing this thereby keeping the rods closer to the roof as opposed to dangling and hitting you in the head. I also had to install the front strap upside down. Installed the recommended way, the tips of the rods tend to hang down and hit you in the head again. With it set upside down the rods are much closer to the ceiling but have a tendencey to move back and forth. This is easily remedied by putting small hand towels in the openings which keep the rods in place. All in all I like the product, It just took a bit of finagling to make it work to where none of the rode were bouncing off my head or "tick-ticking" together all the way to Canada. August 4, 2007
Good Concept .. but..... like the others say or imply, doesn't fit all vehicles so there is the possible need to be willing to drill. the mounting pieces had to be screwed into my existing clothing hangers in my yukon xl and the front strap had to be connected to the grab handles, making it a long reach between straps. that means shorter rods don't get hung. so i'm gonna have to figure out a place to drill and install the front strap closer to the rear. still a good concept but i think i probably could have done the same thing using bungee cord or simple para cord with knots and loops. after this writing, gonna go stare at it a while and figure it out. so before you buy it, figure out where you're gonna mount it. February 2, 2013
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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It should. It is a universal fit.
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2005 Xterra

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Has anybody tried to install in an Xterra? Did it fit good? Were the rods hanging to low? Was there any modifications required?
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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Not an Xterra but the slots hold the rods in real well, very tight fit.
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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It is designed to fit all trucks, vans, suv's, may need to make adjustments but would fit.
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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Yes, but is not a desirable solution to rod transport. I installed this in my 2000 Explorer and am not happy with it.
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yes the width is adjustable, the length of your rod you can measure
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would this work in a jeep?

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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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measure top inside measurements front to back if your rods are shorter than that measurement it will work but my rods are 51/2 to 6ft and i don't think they would work
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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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.
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will it fit a 2004 kia van

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and will it hold the 7 fishing rods tight to the roof so they will not fall into a persons face, is it garenteed to work
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if your rods will fit inside van front to back it will work and no they can't fall down your rod tip goes into loop and hand grip goes into anouther loop
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it will only hold 6 and how would you attach it to your roof? the screws would stick out and they arent made to go through metal. plus you would most likely develop a leak
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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it is very versitile but the narrower the vehicle the more sag you will have, i have a s-10 blazer an it was narrow for it but i just removed 1 outside loop an got it narrower
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This system will work in your car if you have four spots where you can screw in the holders. I did not have this in my 2002 Subaru Forester but the 2013 did, so that is where this system is in place.
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you remove the luggage hooks in the back seat area an it hooks into those areas
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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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if you have a suv it can attach to the grab bars or the clothes hanger or you can use the screws to mount them on the trim
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