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Rod holders #14355082 04/28/22 06:41 PM
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Guys, I found a place that sell one piece rod holders. Great quality and made at his home in his shop in Georgia with his family members.
He has several types and they are extremely affordable. Way cheaper than anything I`ve found. I bought 6 dual position for 54.00 bucks. They are pretty awesome and its from a Mom & Pop business in the US.
Give them a look if you`re in need of some great quality affordable rod holders.
Hills Wire Form INC. ( 706 ) 202-0643.

I`d never heard of them before but a buddy turned me on to these things.
Super nice folks to deal with too.


A country boy can survive !!!
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Re: Rod holders [Re: pollan] #14355174 04/28/22 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by pollan
Guys, I found a place that sell one piece rod holders. Great quality and made at his home in his shop in Georgia with his family members.
He has several types and they are extremely affordable. Way cheaper than anything I`ve found. I bought 6 dual position for 54.00 bucks. They are pretty awesome and its from a Mom & Pop business in the US.
Give them a look if you`re in need of some great quality affordable rod holders.
Hills Wire Form INC. ( 706 ) 202-0643.

I`d never heard of them before but a buddy turned me on to these things.
Super nice folks to deal with too.


I hope the quality is good. I bought some 3 or 4 years ago. They are made of smaller diameter stock than Monster or Smackdown. They are easy to bend. They looked to me like they used plasti-dip to coat them because it cracked and peeled off after less than a year.

Not saying they are still that way, just that my experience was a kind of "you get what you pay for".


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Re: Rod holders [Re: pollan] #14360077 05/04/22 09:36 PM
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So far these have been pretty good. They are 3/8 round stock. Not sure what they coated them with but I`ve some of the rod holders break where they were welded. That`s why I liked these, now welds.


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