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Old 06-21-2013, 03:10 PM   #42
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My boss uses a TracRack to carry his and his 2 girls' yaks.
Ocoee river is close by so he's there a lot.
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Old 06-21-2013, 03:36 PM   #43
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this topic has been covered extensively in the Kayak thread http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/spo...ml#post3361057

a little searching can go a long way
Meh. 35 pages mostly about kayaks with the occasional rack system thrown in.
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If anyone is looking for a rack.... I have a pair of Thule Hull-a-port racks (for two kayak) for sale. Tight on time - have photos, can post later if anyone is interested.
i'm interested. would like pics and have fitment question re Rav4 roof rack.
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i'm interested. would like pics and have fitment question re Rav4 roof rack.
I can't answer anything about the fitment on anything.... but I'm certain that you'll need cross bars (if you don't already have them).

What's your email? I'll send you some picts. We bought these last year off ebay. They look like they've never actually been used. Some of the straps are still in their factory bags. As soon as we installed them, realized (at that moment) that we can't fit the vehicle in the garage. We took them off and never actually used them .... We ended up buying fold-able ones.

I don't have any manuals for them. $160 + shipping for the pair.
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Do you lock your kayaks to the roof rack?
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built this bed rack for one of our members out on the florida pan handle. pretty standard bed rack with removable extensions for kayaks



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built this bed rack for one of our members out on the florida pan handle. pretty standard bed rack with removable extensions for kayaks



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Do you lock your kayaks to the roof rack?
My husband bought one of these for trips ...
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

It's long enough to wrap around both kayaks while sitting in the Yakima rack and goes underneath the roof rack of his SUV.
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