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Pelican Sport - Wall Rack Kayak - Can Be Folded Back

Pelican Sport - Wall Rack Kayak - Can Be Folded Back

Description

  • Designed for kayaks, this support is equipped with a swivel system that allows the bracket to be folded back onto the wall. This way, the wall rack won't be in your way when empty. When not folded, it extends 15.25 inches (38.7cm) from the wall.
  • The Wall Rack for kayak can hold up craft up to 150lbs (68kg).
  • This rack is made with a solid steel structure with 3 rubber pads per tube. The padding will help protect your kayak during storage. The powder coating finish allows you to install the rack either indoor or outdoor.
  • A thoughtful design, the rack is equipped with an additional storage space that will allow you to store your paddles underneath your kayak.
  • Each arms of the wall rack is 17.21 In. (43.7 cm) high and 14.1 In. (35.8 cm) wide. The Wall Rack comes with 2 arms.
Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

What keeps the kayak from leaning forward? Is there a strap?

We have 2 Pelican Rustler kayaks and they fit perfectly within the racks with no leaning.