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    Ah, now I know why this window is useful.


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    1. Brent Comer

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      Registered: December 2003
      Location: Duvall, Washington, USA.
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    Bug
    hey, I know that window. its one good lookin window.
    #1 6-27-05 3:20am

    Jason Decker
    that looks neat, but practically, i think you will break your tips doing that or damage a guide. hit the brakes hard and your sticks will fly backwards. i would suggest getting some kind of magnetic rod holder, the type that goes on your hood, or break the rods down in half, and put them behind the front seats.
    #2 3-19-06 8:33pm

    Old Man

    Just an Old Man
    I would carry them pointing the other way with a towel for them to rest on. I used to do it that way until I got a car that I don't have to break my rods down to carry them from spot to spot.


    A very dirty '92 Subaru.
    #3 3-19-06 8:39pm

    Brent Comer
    Jason: Huh? I would have to be going fast in reverse and hit the brakes to make them fly out of there backwards.


    Jim: Yep, I usually put something soft under the rods before I take off.


    I only do this for the 5-10 minutes between runs after I'm on the river. For long range travel we break the rods down and put them in their tubes. Those are both ~14' two-handers.
    #4 4-3-06 9:49pm

    mjl
    I've driven thousands of miles like that an never had an issue. It's the only way to roll.


    My truck has a flat tray on the center of the dash, so they don't slide at all.
    #5 4-6-07 3:34pm




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