Locked In: Nitrous Bottle Racks From Chris Alston’s Chassisworks

Every racer or performance enthusiast that uses nitrous oxide must find a way to properly secure the bottle of horsepower inside their vehicle, and Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has the solution for this. The Nitrous Bottle Racks and accessories that Chris Alston’s Chassisworks offers have plenty of great features to make keeping your nitrous bottles in place a breeze.

Since there are no two builds that are the same Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has several different options available for its Nitrous Bottle Racks. These racks come in both single and dual bottle mounting configurations for 10- or 15-pound bottle sizes. You can get the racks in a 15-degree mounting position, lay-down position or stand up position for each bottle size.

The racks are constructed using high-quality aluminum and steel, which ensures the racks are both light and strong for heavy-duty use at the track. Each rack uses a quick-release-bottle clamp assembly that Chris Alston’s Chassisworks designed to make changing bottles quick and hassle-free. Every rack has rubber guards on all of the bottle’s contact points to prevent damage or scratching. The racks can either be bolted to the chassis or welded based on the style of mounting system you use.

Chris Alston’s Chassisworks also makes bottle rack systems for your trailer that fit both 10 and 15-pound bottles. The racks are made from laser-cut sheet steel and use the same rubber guards around the edges to prevent bottle damage. If you’re looking for a way to make changing bottles easier, Chris Alston’s Chassisworks also has a nitrous bottle handle that fits standard 6.90-inch diameter bottles. A pair of clamps secure the CNC machined aluminum handle to the bottles to make handling them much easier.

You can see all of the different Nitrous Bottle Rack options right here on Chris Alston’s Chassisworks website.

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Brian Wagner

Spending his childhood at different race tracks around Ohio with his family’s 1967 Nova, Brian developed a true love for drag racing. When Brian is not writing, you can find him at the track as a crew chief, doing freelance photography, or beating on his nitrous-fed 2000 Trans Am.
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