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Old December 20th, 2006, 01:27 PM
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Thumbs up Great product, must see

There is a post in 2004 about this product, but i think it's
good to bring it over again so new forum users can see it.
I just bought 2 pairs, it's really a very simple and smart design.

http://www.endroad.com/page/page/675042.htm

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I use those to hold the gaffs and boat hooks on my boat. four years of intense uv and they still work great.
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Old December 20th, 2006, 03:03 PM
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I second that. I got 4 1inch and 2 2inch holders in two days ago and they are real sweet.
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I have my camera monopod mounted to the front of the bulkhead behind the seats where its easy to get to. Need to get a couple more pair of these to hold the axe and shovel.
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Absolutely agree on the Quick Fist's. I've got them everywhere, securing a sleeping bag, tent, and detachable jack handle in the back of my truck ... plus all kinds of stuff inside my trailer.
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yup, my GF sells those in her marine hardware store. Pretty handy..........got people using them for all sorts of shite.
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