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Okay, guys welcome back to the channel here.
So I got something in the mail today that I ordered this fall.
And I've been wanting one of these for a long time.
I just never really found the right one that I thought would work best for me until this fall.
I did a lot of research on this.
And I found this company out in colorado that makes these it's, a rooftop rod case and well, here it is.
It just got delivered a little while ago, it's, uh, ice fishing season now.
But we are going to take this apart mounted on the truck and it's going to do somewhat of an unboxing for you guys.
So you can check it out if you want to grab one of these for next spring or something.
So this case is made by the company called ultimate rod case, uh, you can find them on instagram, I'll, leave their website down in the description below.
But the reason that I wanted this case over all the other ones is because I wanted to be able to put spinning rods and fly rods and even trolling rods in my rooftop, rod carrier.
A lot of the cases that you find are just for fly rods.
And this company actually makes a hybrid case they call it.
So the back piece is a little bit longer.
So you can fit, you know, split grip, spinning rods and bait casters and stuff in there.
So I'm just going to stop talking here.
We'll, talk more once we get into it, but I'm going to take this crate apart here and take this thing out.
So you guys can see what it looks like one tip.
You probably don't want to be doing this in your ll.
But I do pretty much everything in my opinion, clippers, oh, yeah, that's easier.
And the keys are right here.
Two sets sick get this thing.
Give you a side profile of it, kind of you got the 11 foot case.
Yeah, I just measured.
It measures out to 11 foot, two inches.
It's got a little bit of wiggle room there.
You can see it's got a nice hard finish on there, it's like a bed, liner material, a little bit of texture to it, but it's made out of solid aluminum.
And they make them by hand right there in their shop out in colorado so pretty cool.
And I don't think there's a lot of these really up here in the northeast yet.
So this is why I wanted to get this case over some of the others.
The construction of it is super durable.
You could probably walk on this thing.
You know, it's all one piece all the way to the tip.
And they just put like a cap on the end.
This one here, flip this guy up, it looks like we got some mounting hardware here, some u-bolts and I'm, not sure if we're going to use this or not, I have a rack that has a um a special track system to it.
This would even work with my rack since I have that special track system, I'm probably going to see if I can use that there's, no pre-drilled holes, which is good, makes it a cleaner look here.
But they put this tab on here.
It's just it's, not actually part of the case.
It just has a little wing that sticks out.
So what we're gonna do is I'm probably gonna have someone help me, but I'm gonna set this on top of my truck, see about where the cross braces land on here and I'm gonna drill one hole down through to uh to hook onto that rail system that I have what's cool what box I was worried that it might look a little bit ridiculous, because of how far it might stick out to the front the back.
But this is the 11 foot case.
And it really doesn't stick out all that much I'm actually planning with this truck, or the next truck that I get to have a cap on the back and sliding this whole thing back and it'll be more seamless.
And you probably won't, even really be able to tell it's up there.
So this is a princeview rack.
And the reason I want this because of how low profile it is.
And also because of this track system that it has here.
So it comes with it's.
Basically, a carriage bolt that will slide into these openings here and slide into the track.
And then you just tighten it down.
So I just bought a little bit longer carriage, bolts and put some rubber washers.
Underneath my um case, drilled the holes accordingly all stainless hardware.
And then just tightened it down.
I don't need to use u-bolts or anything like that, although they would have worked fine here.
Let's go get a rod and I'll kind of show you how this works.
Well, this is my eight foot, nine, sage streamer rod, got like seven foot jtp and handlebar spinning.
Then we got my 11 foot euro nipping rod.
This is the test here and see this boy, this one's gonna fit lined up here.
So what you have to do is if you have a spinning rod or bait caster, probably you'll have to pull out one of these white tubes, and it just makes a bigger opening there because on your spinning rod, you have your first guide is quite uh long, and it won't fit in that tube.
And and these smaller tubes just help support the fly rods, a lot better.
They extend out further if you're going to use a spinning rod or bait caster.
And they also gave me these.
I didn't know what they were at first, but um, just tubing.
And you can wrap it around your rod and fit it into that tube to give it even more of a nice secure tight fit.
But I don't think I'm gonna need those.
And actually the owner of the company told me that he's never even used those, and they leave their rods in there.
All the time he's never had an issue.
So, um close that up.
We just lock it flip these down to keep the weather out and she's ready to go.
So I didn't talk about this at the beginning of the video, but one of the main reasons I really wanted this was just to be able to have all my rods put together at all times with this.
You pull up to the spot pull your rod out and you're fishing.
You don't have to sit there and put your four piece together string your line through tie up leaders.
You can have everything ready to go the morning before if you're going on a big trip, or if you and your buddies want to go stuffy rods in there, all rigged and ready to go get to the spot in the morning, you're, not wasting any time.
Pull those babies out start catching fish.
I really do believe that this is the best rod case on the market today, it's super durable.
It looks pretty badass.
And actually, if you get the, I think it's the 10-footer and down, you can get it in a black diamond plate, and they can actually do like custom colors for you too.
They can do like air brushing and different stuff done to it.
So it's, totally customizable and uh, you're gonna be seeing this a lot on the channel I'm actually gonna probably take it off today, just because I'm not going to use it in the winter I'll toss it back on the spring, right? Run it all summer long through the fall and take it off again in the winter, just we don't, get salt and crap, all through it and everything, but but that's it hope you guys enjoyed this video I'm going to leave ultimate rod case website down in the description below.
So you can check them out haven't already hit that subscribe button and we'll catch you guys in the next video quack, you.
First, set your fishing rod bundle on the side of the roof rack with the handle-end facing forward. Then, use bungee cords to tie the front and back end of the fishing pole bundle to the roof rack. Tighten the bungee cords to keep the fishing poles in place.How wide is the Riversmith 4 banger? ›
Dimensions: Length: 125.8” Width: 14.2” Height: 7.4”What size is the river quiver? ›
River Quiver is available in two lengths- regular 10'4” capacity and Extended 11'4” capacity that will handle long euro nymphing rods. Other rod vaults are only one length. River Quiver holds rods and reels up to 12 weight so that it can handle your entire quiver.How do you travel with a fishing rod? ›
Fishing rods are permitted in carry-on and checked bags; however, passengers should check with the airline to confirm that the fishing rod fits within size limitations for carry-on items.What does your car do when you throw a rod? ›
RAY: When you "throw a rod," it means that one of these rods has literally broken off. When that happens, one of two things occurs. If the rod breaks while the piston is on its way up, the piston keeps going up until it jams itself permanently into the cylinder head.What is the most common size DAB banger? ›
Usually sold by smoke shops as 14mm joints, these are among the most common joint sizes you will find.
nounAutomotive Slang. a four-cylinder engine.How big is a 14mm banger? ›
This 14mm quartz banger is 20mm wide and features a beveled top. The beveled flat top offers a grippy surface for any style carb cap to prevent it from sliding so you can focus on your dabbing.How much does a River Quiver 4 banger weigh? ›
SPECS: Dimensions: Length: 125.8” Width: 14.2” Height: 7.4” Height off Crossbar: 5” Weight: 42 lbs.What are quiver tips on rivers? ›
The quiver tip is a thin, light, flexible extension of the fishing rod, and relays underwater information by magnifying vibrations transmitted to the rod from the fishing line. The rod is specially designed to take quiver tips; nowadays, they are often called leger or feeder rods.
SPECS: Dimensions: Length: 125.8” Width: 9” Height: 7.4” Height Off Crossbar: 5” Weight: 21.7 lbs.Can you store fishing rods horizontally? ›
Maybe you've seen horizontal fishing rod storage and thought it might work well for your garage space. But is it bad to store fishing rods horizontally? Fortunately, fishing rods can be stored both horizontally and vertically, as long as the storage system offers proper support for the rod.What is the rod connecting the wheels in any vehicle called? ›
An axle is a rod or shaft that rotates the wheels and supports the weight of your vehicle.Can you take fishing rods on a bus? ›
Q: Can I take my fishing pole on the bus? A: Yes, fishing poles are allowed on the bus as long as they are disassembled and stored in a case or bag for safety purposes.Does TSA allow fishing lures? ›
Checked Bags: Yes
Sharp fishing tackle that may be considered dangerous, such as large fish hooks, should be sheathed, securely wrapped, and packed in your checked luggage.
Allowance and requirements
1 rod case (containing up to 2 rods) and 1 equipment bag or tackle box will count as 1 checked item. You can travel with: 2 rods and 1 reel in a case. Fishing tackle.
So, how much are engine rod repair costs? On average, expect to spend between $2,000-$3,000 for both parts and labor. Usually, the job consists of replacing the seals, gaskets, connecting rod bearings, cylinder head bolts, and flushing out the engine and cooler lines.Will an engine run with a thrown rod? ›
No. If you've actually thrown a rod, that means there's already a lot of destruction going on. A thrown rod means a portion of the rod is being thrown around inside the engine. As you run the engine, it will continue to cause more destruction.What happens if you keep driving with rod knock? ›
Once an engine starts to knock, the rod can fracture without warning. It could be the next time you start it in your driveway, or it could keep going for six months. Eventually though, the engine will blow and you'll be stranded somewhere.Is it OK to store fishing rods in garage? ›
Your home or garage can be ideal for keeping your fishing rods safe, as long as you keep them in a dry environment. Depending on the climate where you live, you may want to store your rods inside your home, so you can keep them at room temperature, whether it's in an air conditioned or heated environment.
When you raise your rod to an angle that's great than 90° from the ground, you're putting a lot of stress on the rod and increasing the chances that it'll break. So be sure to keep the rod at an angle less than 90° when you're fighting fish or trying to pull out your lure when it's snagged.
The answer really comes down to fishing style. If you're a bank fisherman or fishing from a smaller boat there are huge advantages to two-piece fishing rods. Under virtually any other circumstance the advantages of a one-piece rod far outweigh any disadvantages!Which is better 1 piece or 2 piece fishing rod? ›
One piece rods are generally considered superior to two piece rods because they offer improved sensitivity and are less likely to separate or break when casting or fighting fish. However, when it comes to portability in a vehicle or boat, two piece rods are the obvious winner.Are two piece rods OK? ›
Yes, two-piece fishing rods are a great option for specific situations. Although the rod itself is weaker than a one-piece, they are easy to transport when hiking through brush, trees, and other obstacles. They are also great for beginners, travelers, and backpackers who plan on fishing.What is the best banger material for flavor? ›
The material of your banger controls the rate at which it heats up, with Quartz bangers heat up significantly faster than either ceramic or titanium. Quartz also offers superior flavor to both options, and superior heat shock resistance when compared to ceramics.What is the best style of banger? ›
Quartz bangers or nails are the preferred method because they heat up three times faster than either ceramic or titanium bangers/nails, and stay hot for longer. The quartz nail or banger also provides a smoother, tastier hit. Ceramic or titanium has also been known to emit harmful gasses compared to quartz.Is a nail or banger better? ›
The differences are pretty small, so it all boils down to your personal preferences and your ideal experiences. If rich flavors and fast dabs are your forte, opt for a banger. If durability and heat retention are more your thing, you'll love a titanium nail.What is the best firing order of a 4-cylinder engine? ›
Straight-four engines typically use a firing order of 1-3-4-2, however some British engines used a firing order of 1-2-4-3.How do I choose a banger? ›
If your rig's joint faces straight up, choose a 90° banger. If your rig's joint faces at a diagonal angle, choose a 45° banger.Why do 4 cylinders shake? ›
A: A four-cylinder engine will typically have a slight vibration when idling. This is inherent in the design and may in fact be normal.
A dab rig should be less than 12" tall which is ideal for smoking concentrates. Most dab rigs larger than 8" are bigger because they include percs or recyclers. Dab rigs less than 8" tall are easy to use and perform well.Is thick or thin quartz better for banger? ›
Thicker quartz will hold heat longer where thin quartz will cool off much quicker. Personal preference plays in which you might prefer. Cold starters might prefer a thinner banger, so their concentrates heat up easily with short spans of torching.How long should you torch a banger for a dab? ›
Heat your banger with a torch until it starts to glow red-hot. Start your countdown immediately after removing the flame from your rig. 40 seconds is the right count for most bangers. Keep an eye on the consistency of your concentrates from dab to dab.How much does a moonshine Vesper weigh? ›
|The Drifter||The Vesper|
|Action||Medium||Medium/Fast (3-6wt), Fast (7-10wt)|
|Weight||3wt - 8wt||3wt - 10wt|
|Length||7'6" - 10'||8' 6" - 10'6"|
|Extra Rod Tip?||✓||✓|
If possible, the most effective way of fishing the quiver tip is to fish on the near side with a light link leger and the lightest tip you can get away with. By using a light glass tip it is much more forgiving and bites will be exaggerated, allowing you to see and hit many more bites.What is the difference between carbon and glass quiver tips? ›
CARBON tips are stiffer and generally have a higher strength rating (2oz to 6oz). GLASS tips have a soft, progressive action and are produced in lower test curves (0.5oz to 2.5oz). The two materials are identified by the colour of the tips base. Carbon tips have a dark base; glass tips have a clear or white base.What size quiver tip should I use? ›
A 0.75oz – 1oz tip is ideal for small skimmers and roach close in. A 1.5oz - 2oz tip is used for bream on moderate chucks, and a 3oz tip is for big casts when carp fishing.What makes a truck throw a rod? ›
There are a few reasons why an engine might get to the point of throwing a connector rod: low oil pressure, too much engine revving, valve failure, or some loose nuts and bolts. Proper engine maintenance is your best defense against these issues.What happens when a truck throws a rod? ›
If the rod breaks while the piston is on its way up, the piston keeps going up until it jams itself permanently into the cylinder head. If the rod breaks while the piston is coming down, the broken rod can pierce a hole right through the engine block (like a compound bone fracture breaking through the skin).Are Aluminium roof bars better than steel? ›
Lighter/Stronger - Aluminium bars are lighter and stronger than steel bars – not only are they easier to move around and install on the vehicle but they also tend to have higher weight capacities than steel bars too, meaning they can carry more items or heavier objects.
Basically, the key difference between these two is the direction that they're mounted on the roof of your vehicle. Roof rails run along the length of your car's roof, whilst roof racks are mounted from door to door across your roof.Can I install crossbars myself? ›
Although many cars and SUVs come with basic roof racks standard, if your car isn't equipped yet, you can install one yourself.What is the best position for roof rack cross bars? ›
If no special fitting positions are given in the assembly instructions, the bars should be placed between 24 and 36 inches apart, measured from the same position of each crossbar. This distance provides the most support for roof-mounted Thule products.How far apart should roof crossbars be? ›
The crossbars should be at least 30 inches apart and have a weight rating that is equal to or greater than the weight of the Roofnest.Is it easy to install roof bars? ›
Absolutely! Fitting roof bars is a simple DIY job. Here are our top 5 tips to help the job go smoothly: Get help! a second pair of hands will make fitting your roof bars so much easier and will limit the chance of scratching or damaging anything during the installation process.