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Auger Carrier

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fishing is hot

I am looking for an auger carrier that is made by Ryan ATV Racks. It can be uses on either An ATV or sled. I have the one made by IPI but it wont work in my application,

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oldbullhauler

do a google search for ryan atv rack. an atving site was the first one up and I got this ph # Ryan's ATV Racks, 1-800-477-8610

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That was the first thing I tried. It ended up being a motel in Colorado. I have tried most surch engines and still up blank. Thanks

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Benny

If I am not mistaken, some one else in the forum was looking for this same place.They were looking for racks to carry portables on.
Maybe ask Dave if he remembers, or maybe he has done an artical on them in the past?
Try doing a search in this forum.
Benny

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Dave

fishing is hot,
I'm testing the IPI Auger Holder. What is your application? ATV or snowmobile? USL Products is marketing the Ryan Rack products I believe. Give them a call.

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Dave Genz showed me his tricked out sled with an auger carrier he made which mounts on the front of his snowmobile. Did anyone else see this at the ice fiching show? I can't remember what the supports were made out of, but his set up was sweet.

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I was able to locate the Ryan ATV rcaks from USL. Picked up a set and installed them this weekend up at Leech lake. Very easy to install and they realy work nice. Thanks to all for your help.

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