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ATV rack ideas?

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I'm looking to buy a rack to put on the back of my Polaris Sportsman that will securely hold 2 or three 5 gallon buckets. I've found some stuff online but everything is over $100 and up to $300. I would spend up to $100 but I'd like to know if there's anything cheaper out there. Any help would be appreciated.

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If you ain't real fussy about how it looks, why not just make a box that would fit on top of your front or rear rack? You could size it to hold the buckets and take it off when you don't need it.

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Sportsmans Guide had one last winter that would fold back over itself when not being used and it was around $35. I may be ordering one this fall if I can find them again. I just looked in their online catalog and it holds 2 buckets and a milk crate for about $40. They also have single bucket holders that fold up on your rack for about $25.

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Yeah i've thought about making one.. that's definitely an option. I will look at sportsman's guide also. Thanks for the ideas guys.

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Cabelas has one for 29 bucks in the bargain cave online.

I did a search on Cabelas site for "bucket holder" and it came up.

Holds 3 buckets.

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