i have a pickup and found this and it is a heckava rack for the money and easy to install for those with trucks. it's easy to slide my pelican 15.5 on and off. i have considered the trailer at harbor freight as mentioned also, but don't want to deal with the tags and registration and all yet. i'm in the process of adding onto my canoe, i already had the dash board made and works ok. i have rebuilt my transom and went from a 2x4 to using steel slotted angle iron with a block of 2x4 on the mount side. made line reels for anchor lines using pvc to make like a wagon wheel and just reel in the rope with. now i have almost completed building my pontoons from pvc. i originally planned to mount them off the dash but just noticed the middle seat rod holders, one on each side are a just right fit for the mounting on each side. i did a test run on them but they weren't secured as i knew adjustments would come. i found to hold the pvc arms down on the side of the boat made it very stable. where the arms go out a strap will go over them and tighten to serve that purpose. also they slide in when moving if i want or need to keep from hitting them. i'll post pics soon, also mounted a stern light to run off the depth finder battery with a cig lighter plug in that plugs in the 4 terminal unit under the dash, which also is graduated across the top to 36 in. for a ruler, drink holder, rod holder, spotlight holder, 6' magnetic strip handy for clippers etc, a plate for magnetic antenna and copper ground that goes into the water, a section of strap on the edge for the hand held cb belt clip, shotgun/rifle rack for 1, bolt for my depth finder which i remove since i haul on the rack upside down. also am adding to it a sliding glove box underneath or a camo fanny pack for items.
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