Nitrous Bottle Racks from Chassisworks

Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has a complete line-up of nitrous bottle racks for in-car use as well as trailer storage. The racks secure the bottles in the chassis and are easy to install.

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Nitrous bottle racks have been around for just about as long as the bottles themselves, but support stands that even come close to those produced by Chris Alston’s Chassisworks are few and far between. Available for both single and dual bottle applications these exceptional mounting racks provide the ultimate in bottle security, convenience and unparalleled quality and fit. Individually crafted using a combination of steel and aluminum.

Chassisworks nitrous bottle racks provide both weight savings and superior strength for industry standard 10 and 15 –lb., 6.90” diameter bottles. Stand up racks position bottles vertical to the floor while the lay-down style places bottles at a 15 degree angle to the floor. All contacting surfaces are fit with rubber guards to eliminate movement and scratching. Strategically placed steel top support and bottom plates are powder coated for a rugged, durable finish. Each of the custom fabricated billet components including, stand supports and interlocking latch mechanism, are anodized. Easy grip knobs and pivot arms make for quick release and replacement of bottles while the bottom stop plate eliminates positioning hassles. Ease of bottle removal and installation is further enhanced with the use of optional aluminum bottle grab handles and precision machined 9/16”, 11/16” nitrous bottle wrenches for -4 and -6 fittings.

Additionally Chassisworks manufactures a sophisticated line of Bolt-In Trailer Racks. These storage racks are powder coated steel with rubber guards and provide the ultimate in safe and secure storage while at the track or on the road.

  • Available for both single and dual bottle applications.
  • Hold standard 10 and 15 –lb., 6.90” diameter bottles.
  • All contacting surfaces are fit with rubber guards to eliminate movement and scratching

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Tom Bobolts

Tom started working for Power Automedia in early 2008 at the young age of 20. Starting off as an intern spinning wrenches in the PowerTV garage, Tom cut his teeth helping us build the very project cars we feature. Since moving inside the office, most of his time is spent writing and shooting installs - but he still finds time to get out in the shop. Outside of work, Tom enjoys a variety of different motorsports from Street Bikes, Muscle Cars and just about anything that demands high amounts of horsepower.
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