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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: wtb hully rollers, mako saddles, or similar  (Read 525 times)

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Kiriesh

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As the title says, looking for any kind of rack so that I can push my kayak on. I have some J-hooks but my truck sits so tall that its nearly impossible to get my kayak up or down on my own without hurting myself, the truck, or someone else. Any style of rack/holder/pad that would allow me to push my kayak on from the rear would be awesome. I haven't been out in months because I haven't had someone to go with and I'm nervous of damaging something trying to load and unload on my own.


Jeremy

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Maybe a load assist bar to load from the side?


Kiriesh

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Maybe a load assist bar to load from the side?

Excuse my noobness, are you referring to a hullavator or similar? I love those designs but I definitely can't afford it at the moment.


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Are you coming to GS?  We could work out a trade. I have mako I don't use and I'd like j hooks
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Kiriesh

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Are you coming to GS?  We could work out a trade. I have mako I don't use and I'd like j hooks

Unfortunately I am not.


Jeremy

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Maybe a load assist bar to load from the side?

Excuse my noobness, are you referring to a hullavator or similar? I love those designs but I definitely can't afford it at the moment.

It's called a Boatloader, and it helps you load onto J hooks



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I have 2 sets of hully rollers  :smt006 Shoot me a PM
'15 Viking ProFish Reload, wasp
'12 Hobie AI, skunk yellow
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OK Ultra 4.7 (yellow)


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Maybe a load assist bar to load from the side?

Excuse my noobness, are you referring to a hullavator or similar? I love those designs but I definitely can't afford it at the moment.

It's called a Boatloader, and it helps you load onto J hooks



My kayak was 120#(Hobie AI) which made fishing solo a pain but these bars made it possible for me to load and unload it by myself. 
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