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Author Topic: PVC !!! Show us your PVC, Build, add-on, rod holders, ETC. Any with PVC pipe!  (Read 151823 times)

Offline Birchbeard

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Nice job  Birchbeard

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HI "Birchbeard!"
     Nice build, they look great!  Keeps the rods (etc) up out of your way and also keeps them clean from getting all snow and iced up when not in use,
since they have the rod tip down into the PVC holders.  I have mine the opposite... All five out in the open and found a couple of times if i had to
walk aways over the ice with a wind and snow blowing, the rods would ice up and get covered in snow. That's a great idea and build you made. Thanks so much for sharing. It's appreciated.
   Have an excellent winter season. We are looking forward to your next builds, keep adding to your sled. Have fun with it.
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Offline Sauerben

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How did you make these?                   
Here's a few of my PVC projects...
Rod holder
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Tip-downs
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Here's some mods i did to my sled last winter. The end rod holders can be at a slant as is or can be turned to be straight up. Such fun doing mods.

I made some pole holders, for transporting rods like those in this picture.  I cut them two inches longer then the rods and cut slits in them like you have here, for setting your rod into the holder.  I just turn the rods around the other way so that the tip goes into the holder, so that it is protected.  Never thought about mounting them so that they can be used as holders too!

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I like your set up! How much did cost to build? Do you have a parts list with lengths?
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I like your set up! How much did cost to build? Do you have a parts list with lengths?

Nope sorry. I just measured and cut as I went.  Fittings are about 40 cents each and two 10ft lengths
 of 3/4 PVC at $3.  So not very expensive. It was much cheaper than any ready made bucket holders I could find online.

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Copy thanks I'll figure it out.
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