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  1. #1
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    Wanted: Cylinder Holder

    Looking for a cylinder rack for a van...

    Preferably a 4x 30# rack

    Withinin an hour or so of Louisville, KY

    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    If you ever take a ride up north, shoot me an email. I've got a rack that holds 3 #30 jugs. Just sittin' in my garage, waiting for someone to come along and buy it. Mounts to the floor of a truck or van. Got it out of American Van catalog.

  3. #3
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    I appreciate the offer. I am looking at the 3x30 in the American Van catalog as well. I could probably buy it new and have it shipped cheaper than I could fill the van up with fuel to get to michigan and home.

    Thanks though!

  4. #4
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    Man, that's for sure. I just got back from a trip to Ohio and it cost me about $250 round trip.

  5. #5
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    Make one out of Kindorf, that way you can keep the drums in the boxes.

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by upnort View Post
    Man, that's for sure. I just got back from a trip to Ohio and it cost me about $250 round trip.
    We're in the UP are you, I'm near houghton

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    We're in the UP are you, I'm near houghton
    I've been to Houghton a handful of times on snowmobile trips. Love the area and can never forget driving into town late at night and all you see is the snow blowers blowing snow up and over the top of the already enormous piles of snow in the residential driveways. Then in the morning looking out over the main street and find out the downtown businesses don't open very early cuz each morning they have to get all of that lake effect snow removed just so the cars can move along.
    After that, we normally ride to Copper Harbor to enjoy the views and the most expensive gasoline in North America.LOL!!!!

    Sorry this is off topic but I just had to chime in when I saw Houghton.

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71 gibby View Post
    I've been to Houghton a handful of times on snowmobile trips. Love the area and can never forget driving into town late at night and all you see is the snow blowers blowing snow up and over the top of the already enormous piles of snow in the residential driveways. Then in the morning looking out over the main street and find out the downtown businesses don't open very early cuz each morning they have to get all of that lake effect snow removed just so the cars can move along.
    After that, we normally ride to Copper Harbor to enjoy the views and the most expensive gasoline in North America.LOL!!!!

    Sorry this is off topic but I just had to chime in when I saw Houghton.
    It's a great place to live, I live in dollar bay so you have to drive through my town to get to copper harbor. I work on lots of equipment up there too, I like it up there. We only have 3 inches of snow so far, it's been very mild.

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