Cisco rail mount rodholders

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  1. cjbrown

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    2 Cisco Quick Release Rail Mount
    Tube Style Triple Rod Holder
    Part No. RRH03RM-SR

    These holders are the cats meow. Use them on my 620. If you need pics you can go to Ciscos website. Only reason I'm selling these, is they are a reach for taking out rods for my wife since she's short. Her being my primary fishing partner we use the cradle style now. First 425.00 gets them. Prefer pkup but will ship.
     
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    Your asking retail for them.Am I interested in them, but will pay the same for brand new instead of used............Mark
     

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    Where can you get them for retail at this price?? Just curious.
     
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    K gonefishin Bit by Musky bug

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    That boat looks familiar;) That is a good price.
     
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    Thank you, I thought I was offering up a nice buy.

    Gary
     
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    K gonefishin Bit by Musky bug

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    You are for sure Gary. Rebs on WC is looking for some Cisco's, if he wants to buy the rod holders (he needs a track) I'll buy the mounts from you (I want craddle mounts). Let's make a deal Dude!!!!

    I pmed him just now awaiting his reply,
     
  8. CJBROWN,
    Here's an idea you might want to consider. Perhaps you could swap out the tube style holders to Cisco's "CRADLE" Style holder. They make a "long" and "short" version of the cradle holder that would just swap out with the tube version you have.

    http://www.ciscofishingsystemsltd.com/694/757.html

    I'm sure Dennis Logan at Cisco would work with you on a fair swap depending on the condition of your tube holders.

    Steve Carlson