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AA-Racks Kayak Roof Rack- Foldable, 2 Kayak Capacity

AA-Racks Kayak Roof Rack- Foldable, 2 Kayak Capacity

Description

The AA-Racks Kayak Roof Rack for 2 Kayaks Foldable is a highly versatile and convenient option for transporting your kayaks.

One of the standout features of this kayak rack is its folding design. Each stainless steel kayak rack can easily be folded down, allowing your car to fit in parking garages without the need to remove the rack. This folding capability also provides more flexibility to accommodate different shapes and sizes of kayaks, ensuring a secure hold during transportation.

In terms of construction, this kayak carrier is made of power coated corrosion-resistant steel, making it strong and safe to haul kayaks even on long trips. With a loading capacity of up to 150lbs, you can confidently transport your kayaks without worrying about durability.

The foam padding and rubber base of the kayak rack are made of high-quality materials that are anti-slip, water-resistant, and sun-resistant. This not only ensures the safety of your kayaks but also extends the service life of the rack.

For added security, the AA-Racks Kayak Roof Rack comes with heavy-duty ratchet tie-down straps. These straps are 16 ft long, have been tested for up to 2200 lbs of load, and provide easy and safe transportation for your kayaks, ski boards, and even small boats.

Attaching the kayak roof rack to Vault Cargo roof rack rails or crossbars is a breeze, providing you with a convenient kayak transportation solution. The rack is also compatible with pick-up truck ladder racks, further expanding its versatility for carrying various water sports equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How much clearance do you need on the bottom of your crossbars to be able to attach these?

A: Sorry, my husband mounted the rack on my 2012 Jeep Wrangler. I think the only modification he made was to make holes in the bumper to bolt it to the frame. But he's an engineer and makes things work!

Q: I have 1.5" clearance from car roof to rack. Will these fit?

A: Yes, no problem.

Q: Will these fit oval roof rack bars?

A: Yes. These racks will fit most factory or aftermarket oval, square, and flat crossbars. OEM crossbars need to be within 2.5" wide and 1" thick.

Q: Does it really work?

A: I recently had one break at the welds, and the kayak was hanging off the side. I had to stand on the blockade of the overpass to secure it enough to get back home. No bueno!

Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

how much clearance to you need on the bottom of your cross bars to be able to attach these?

Sorry, my husband mounted the rack on my 2012 Jeep Wrangler.I think the only modification he made was to make holes in the bumper to bolt it to the frame. But he's an engineer and makes things work!

I have 1.5" clearance from car roof to rack will these fit?

Yes, no problem

Will these fit oval roof rack bars?

yes.Will fit most factory or aftermarket oval, square and flat crossbars (OEM crossbars are within 2.5" wide and 1" thick)

Does it really work?

I recently had one break at the welds and the Kayak was hanging off the side. I had the stand on the blockade of the over pass the secure it enough to get back home. No bueno!