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    Yamaha SUV cooler rack

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    Picked up my cooler rack this weekend. The red bungie is all i had laying around...i will be using something stronger. Many ideas came from pictures that were posted on this site and another. I wanted to post pics in hopes of helping someone in the future.


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    That is a sweet looking rig... thanks for posting it.

    Now for the fish pix!

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    that is nice, ive seen a similar setup but with a much smaller cooler.

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    nice rack, who made it for you and how much? can you shed some light

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    LOOKS GREAT but not to be a Debbie Downer but how will you keep it from sliding side to side? Again not trying to be negative just for personal knowledge.

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    A local welder made it for me. He quoted me $420.00 but after he was done he said he should of charged $700.00 but he honored his quote at $420.00.
    I've been out fishing on it several times already and have had no issues with it sliding side to side. The angle pieces those look like they clamp onto the back of the ski fit pretty snug but not too snug that it scratches. Also not in the pictures are two other anchoring points that tie to those two 1/2 circles used to tie down the ski to the trailer. I have been in some serious chop with 50 mph wind gusts and have had no issues at all, but then again i'm not doing any hard turns or 360's. I'll take pics the next time i have it on.

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    The only problem i have is the rod holders need to be moved. Where they are right now my reels are getting soaked. Need to move them from the sides to the front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapal79 View Post
    The only problem i have is the rod holders need to be moved. Where they are right now my reels are getting soaked. Need to move them from the sides to the front.
    I went through the same thing with my SUV rack. I ended up having the rod holders moved closer in to the craft.

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    Very inventive.

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