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    Roof top rod rack?

    Any good ideas? Kinda liking the look of a snowboard rack to sandwich a couple 13ft+ 1 piece rods while traveling to and from the OBX (~200miles).

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    Been using a snowboard rack for years to haul heavers. One of the best things I've purchased .

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    The Thule ski rack I got on Ebay was the best thing I did for transporting my rods , I do use covers on my reels when their up there because at highway speed if you hit rain it's
    like hitting them with a pressure washer , and when possible put them butt first to help save the tips from damage .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jollymon View Post
    The Thule ski rack I got on Ebay was the best thing I did for transporting my rods , I do use covers on my reels when their up there because at highway speed if you hit rain it's
    like hitting them with a pressure washer , and when possible put them butt first to help save the tips from damage .
    Thule also makes one that slides to the side in case you're vertically challenged like me

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    Yakima big powderhound is good also

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    For long haul trips, snowboard racks are the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ncst8man1999 View Post
    Yakima big powderhound is good also
    I use the samething on my 4Runner ... they come with universal feet that will fit virtually any crossbar factory or aftermarket.
    I've been using ski racks like these for years.

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