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for sale : usa AIDM rod holders and downrigger swivel bases

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Our new rod holders fit all common tracks and we have 2 styles available. Ratcheting holder for dypsy's and downrigger rods and a straight locking rod holder with 8 different positions. Very smooth movement due to sealed ball bearings. Heavy duty and built to last. In stock now! Any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

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Our new rod holders fit all common tracks and we have 2 styles available. Ratcheting holder for dypsy's and downrigger rods and a straight locking rod holder with 8 different positions. Very smooth movement due to sealed ball bearings. Heavy duty and built to last. In stock now! Any questions please don't hesitate to ask.
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What do they cost?

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Thanks for your interest! We sell each model of our rod holders for $99.99/each. Our downrigger swivel bases are $109.99. Any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks!

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new company? something your making yourself? parts warranty on these in future.looking for downrigger swivel base. how many locking positions. thanks

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Yes sir! Well, new to making fishing equipment that is. We have a contract machine shop we work part time in (Advanced  Innovations Design MFG LLC). We manufacture 95% of the parts in our shop. We do order our hardware, bearings, bolts, etc. All designed myself to withstand 2 nuclear blasts. Haven't been tested in that capacity yet. Which is good for all of us 😁 We do not have a written warranty yet. I'm small time. I know what it's like to work for your money and I'm not gonna screw you over. I had one set come back because of a minor design flaw. Sent the customer a new revised set and they were happy. Sold many since and nothing but positive feedback. And these lock in 45 degree increments 360 degrees. Any other questions shoot. Thanks for the interest, bud.

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How do they ratchet, and lock in place? What is the length of the tube ? Where are they manufactured ?


‘Bout Time
Mike

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Hey Mike,

They ratchet by how they're milled. And a spring loaded pin locks in one way to allow the holder to tilt back. Just press the button to release it to set back into position. The rod tube is 8" long. We manufacture most of the parts in house here in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. It's a big fishing town here. 

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4 minutes ago, hybridlures said:


Rod trees?


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Funny you should ask. I'm working on them right at this moment. I should have something on our website in approx 2 weeks. They will be adjustable, but simple and stream line. Hate getting nets caught in stuff.

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12 minutes ago, wet the net said:

Do you make them without the LOGo names

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I'm sorry we do not. We need to label our products. You could always take the decal off if you didn't want it on there.

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The downrigger swivel base are for track? Do they accommodate both cannon and Scotty?

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1 hour ago, SweepN said:

The downrigger swivel base are for track? Do they accommodate both cannon and Scotty?

We have downrigger swivel bases that fit in all common tracks such as Traxstech, Cannon, Bert's, Cisco, etc. We also make a bolt on mount as well. We make to fit Big Jon, Cannon, and Scotty downriggers. Hope this answers your questions. If anymore arise don't hesitate to ask.

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Outstanding! Wasn't expecting such a quick response at this hour..I will be giving it a closer look. Thanks again!

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14 minutes ago, SweepN said:

Outstanding! Wasn't expecting such a quick response at this hour..I will be giving it a closer look. Thanks again!

Anytime, bud! Thanks for the interest!

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What secures the rod holder in the track?  I dont see any thumb screws.

 

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1 hour ago, 1lastweekend said:

What secures the rod holder in the track?  I dont see any thumb screws.

 

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Hey Mike, because of limited space with the round base I opted for 4 stainless steel set screws. I also went with 4 so they stay secure in the track and don't rock back and forth. And another plus is the set screws can be tightened more than thumb screws. Only downside is having to use an 1/8" Allen key.

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just received one of their swivel bases for track mounting big jon riggger and seems to be very well made. havent run yet but seems like there will be very little play in it. well made product

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Are there any plans to make the rod holders with thumb screw bases?  I feel like I’m always moving rods and the thumb screws make it simple.  I’d order a few if you had plans for thumb screws.

 

Eric

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