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2 rod holder kits - 2x angled rod holders tucked in behind the rear seat for fishing, trolling or storing a rod while dealing with your catch.
4 rod holder kits - 2x angled rod holders and 2x vertical rod holders on your jet ski, tucked out of the way behind the rear seat, for fishing, trolling or storing a rod while dealing with your catch, 4 rod holders in total.
6 rod holder kits - 2x angled rod holders and 4x vertical rod holders on your jet ski, tucked out of the way behind the rear seat. This kit is the perfect way to add a serious amount of rod holders to your ski without having anything like a cooler or frame blocking the rear platform. Made with a heavier duty base plate and horizontal bars for added strength and rigidity. Note: this kit will prevent the rear flush hatch from being opened all the way.
The perfect accessory if you want to take fishing rods with you, but don't want the expense or hassle of having a dedicated fishing rack or cooler on the back on the ski. These kits are made strong and will suit any fishing application!
Also great for holding things such as flags, umbrellas and more!
Solid aluminium construction, TIG welded for strength and finished in black to perfectly match the Yamaha plastics and look like a factory accessory.
The rod holder tubes are press formed and also have a gimbal pin. The press forming process rolls the top and bottom edges of the tubes, creating smooth edges all around which will not damage your rod grips. Other brands almost always choose the cheaper option of a cut length of pipe with a plastic insert in the end, which protrudes into the pipe and can damage rod grips over time, yet claiming to prevent this, and can even come loose falling off and getting lost, that is why we opt for premium quality purpose built rod holder tubes.
100% bolt on installation, no modification or drilling required. Comes with all necessary stainless steel mounting hardware. Unintrusive design to avoid obstructing your legs and still giving full access to the rear flush port hatch, which some existing fishing kit installations prevent, requiring a flush port relocation.
Note: 2012 -2018 model may slightly interfere with flush port hatch, but does not prevent the hatch from being fully opened.