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Old 05-22-2012, 03:32 PM
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Default Re: Rod transportation

That is a good set-up. For me, each vehicle I buy is pre-checked with a tape measure to insure rigged 9' rods will fit straight, right down the middle with but one rear seat folded. One might say my vehicle choice is dictated by fly rod transport. The fact that I like manual tranys and responsive small displacment 6's has limited my choices to the point where the rods trump my sports wagon history. The old Passat GLX varient is giving way to a pre-owned Honda Pilot...rods win, engaged driving performance looses.
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