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    #16
    "Johnny Vintage" post=739221 wrote:
    I just use those flip down ones with the adjustable holding arms.

    I mount them on the fibreglass using 3M mounting tape. No holes to drill and they stick real well. If you need to ever get them off, just a bit of heat from a hair dryer and off they will come.
    +1 - I've picked them up at Princess Auto before - comes in white or black. The double sided tape that comes with them is really good. I too opted not to put screws or drill.

    http://www.princessauto.com/en/detai...er/A-p8355307e

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      #17
      My father in law made these for me with some stainless strapping. They just snap down over the rail can use them anywhere.


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        #18
        Flybridge:



        Pilothouse:





        Both passed the 6' waves for two hours test last weekend....
        1997 Bayliner 4788 "Mostly Harmless"
        Sold: 1990 Bayliner 3888

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          #19
          "WiredHooks" post=739246 wrote:
          My father in law made these for me with some stainless strapping. They just snap down over the rail can use them anywhere.
          You know what they say, you can always Marry for Money or Marry for Looks, but Marry with a father-in-law that can do stainless is your best choice. :whistle:

          Very nice, those are some amazing holders.
          Yep, my 4588 Bayliner IS my happy place :whistle:

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            #20
            "WiredHooks" post=739246 wrote:
            My father in law made these for me with some stainless strapping. They just snap down over the rail can use them anywhere.
            Patent pending! :woohoo: Great job! I'll take two please!

            Are you sure that he didn't start out making a chastity belt out of the strapping? :whistle:

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              #21
              "Foster" post=739283 wrote:
              "WiredHooks" post=739246 wrote:
              My father in law made these for me with some stainless strapping. They just snap down over the rail can use them anywhere.
              You know what they say, you can always Marry for Money or Marry for Looks, but Marry with a father-in-law that can do stainless is your best choice. :whistle:

              Very nice, those are some amazing holders.
              They are amazing. He made me 6 of them. I told him he should mass produce and we should sell them. Unfortunately he just recently retried, so his access to stainless scrap is now limited. He made me a full davit as well!
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                #22
                "Gtown" post=739290 wrote:
                "WiredHooks" post=739246 wrote:
                My father in law made these for me with some stainless strapping. They just snap down over the rail can use them anywhere.
                Patent pending! :woohoo: Great job! I'll take two please!

                Are you sure that he didn't start out making a chastity belt out of the strapping? :whistle:
                I think that was his first inclination, but now after 18 years with his daughter, I think I'm good. I traded him for the crabs I caught.. er.. Dungeness Crabs that is. :whistle:
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                  #23
                  "LeePTI" post=739208 wrote:
                  I was actually looking more for beer can holders. I found this one, but it was difficult to mount and way too expensive... :woohoo:

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                  To bad that this version keeps drinks warm, but otherwise a great idea, leaving both hands free to hold the "pole".
                  Yellowknife, NT. Canada
                  2002 cierra 3055
                  twin 350 mags mpi FWC w/B2

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                    #24
                    Now that we got cup holders covered, what do you do for gun holders?


                    Esteban
                    B-ham!
                    Former Bayliners 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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                      #25
                      nice guns... B)
                      Jeff & Tara
                      (And Ginger too)
                      Lake Havasu City, AZ

                      2000 Bayliner 3388
                      "GetAway"
                      Cummins 4bta 250s

                      In memory of Shadow, the best boat dog ever. Rest in peace, girl. July 2, 2010

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                        #26
                        This only used to come out during select periods of the month but at one time was useful.



                        Cheers,

                        Mark

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                          #27
                          Not to derail the thread

                          We bought one of these:

                          http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...p-holder/85702

                          Works for us clipped to the bimini frame. Rotates and can adjust width.

                          For the price, hard not to try even if you don't like it.
                          Geoff & Jen
                          Shocking Lesson
                          1986 3870
                          Hino 175's

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