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    How are you guys mounting your nitrous bottles? I've got the 2 NOS mounts that came with my bottle. Post pics of your setup if you have them.
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    WSUWRHR(?) here on the boards makes a cool bottle mount.






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    Here's the one WSUWRHR makes(made?) More pics here

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    He has them in stock right now in all sizes. Also has a stringer mount base for them.

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    when are you heading back to the u.s. cory? bout time to get on a plane ain't it

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    Thanks for the plug(s) guys.

    I do still make them, I have quite a few in stock.

    Last time I did them, I made up dual bottle brackets in all the bottle sizes as well.

    A cool thing about my bottle bracket is you can mount a handle assembly to each bottle, making for a hassle-free bottle swap.

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    Whats the price on one of those they look sweet. I might need one next season if i cant get my boat to run the number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldsquirt View Post
    Here's the one WSUWRHR makes(made?) More pics here
    I just checked the website and found the price.

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    That bracket is bad asssed, nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuwrhr View Post
    Thanks for the plug(s) guys.

    I do still make them, I have quite a few in stock.

    Last time I did them, I made up dual bottle brackets in all the bottle sizes as well.

    A cool thing about my bottle bracket is you can mount a handle assembly to each bottle, making for a hassle-free bottle swap.

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    do you make a fire extinguisher bracket like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    do you make a fire extinguisher bracket like that?
    I could certainly do it.

    I think REX marine makes a quick release bracket like you are talking about thtough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    That bracket is bad asssed, nice job!
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    Very nice hardware wsuwrhr.

    I hide all my stuff under the hood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuwrhr View Post
    Thanks for the plug(s) guys.

    I do still make them, I have quite a few in stock.

    Last time I did them, I made up dual bottle brackets in all the bottle sizes as well.

    A cool thing about my bottle bracket is you can mount a handle assembly to each bottle, making for a hassle-free bottle swap.

    Brian
    Very nice work. I may have to pick one of those up. Do you happen to have a pic of the stringer mount?

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