Rack ‘Em Up: Chris Alston’s Chassisworks Line Of Nitrous Bottle Racks Are Safe, Convenient, and Made In The USA


Rack ‘Em Up: Chris Alston’s Chassisworks Line Of Nitrous Bottle Racks Are Safe, Convenient, and Made In The USA

The most dangerous words in the English language when it comes to manufacturing, hot rodding, or anything to do with engineering is, “that’s the way we’ve always done it.” Why? Because that’s the sign of stagnation, the sign that no one is thinking for the future, that no one is pushing the envelope of design and innovation. This is something that can happen from the biggest of concepts and ideas to the smallest.

Take these new bottle racks from Chris Alston’s Chassisworks for example. This is a wholly reimagined way to hang onto the nitrous bottles in your car in a safe way that is easier to work with, cool looking, and 100% functional. They aren’t the same as the other racks on the market and that’s the same with every product that the company makes from their pro touring G-street line to their products specific for Mustang, to the drag racing products that they have been innovating for years.

If you need to add a bottle rack to your car, if you want to upgrade the bottle rack in your car, check these out. While the dual bottle model is shown, there are single bottle models, flat mounts, and plenty of other options available. Hit the link below the information to see more!

Here’s the story from Chris Alston’s Chassisworks –

The 15-degree 10-lb dual bottle rack positions your nitrous bottles at a 15-degree angle. This rack is designed to hold two 10-lb industry-standard, 6.90-inch-diameter bottles. Built from a combination of aluminum and steel to reduce weight and increase strength. Our all new style, billet aluminum quick-release-bottle clamp assembly makes changing the nitrous bottle fast and easy.

Simply loosen the locking knobs (no need to completely remove the knobs like on competitors’ models) and swing the clamp open. Each rack features a rubber guard on all edges that contact the bottle to prevent scratching. The rack bolts easily to the floor in the driver compartment or chassis crossmembers.

Chris Alston’s Chassisworks: Learn more about this design and loads more here!

 


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