who uses roll chart holders ?

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  • bork

Posted January 13, 2006 - 05:44 AM


On ebay, when searching in "route chart holder" , only one comes up. They claim to be making for 20 odd years. Any one use these? Durable for crashes, watertight ? and big enough for big scroll without binding?

  • jim1234

Posted January 13, 2006 - 06:53 AM


I have one,as with most rollcharts you have to tape the top on. I've seen a rollchart with a bolt on top , I think it was like 60.00. The chart on ebay feeds the paper ok. Here's the link to the other one . It's a bit spendy . They're nice though ,and are a sponsor of tt.


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  • cheff

Posted January 13, 2006 - 12:25 PM


I have one, I had to drill some holes and use some bolts to hold the cover on. Used some silicone to seal it. It is now water proof as well.

  • zodran

Posted January 13, 2006 - 04:49 PM


I've got one from back in my enduro days, used it a few times on organized dual sport rides. A good practice is to run scotch tape the full length of the scroll on the back in case it does get wet.
I like to use a heavy rubber band or o-ring stretched between the knobs to keep tension on the scroll. That keeps me from having to wind up slack and find the place you thought you left it at.
I just duct tape the cover on. My buddy used to have one with a magnifying lens back in the day. :applause:

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