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Topic: Trailers & Campers for kayaks (with pics)  (Read 51920 times)

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G-Force

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My standard set up for a camping trip. And the newest addition. Still thinking about the best way to rack on top of the Trailblazer. I am not too sure about the strength of the factory rack.  Suggestions?

Those factory load bars should support 150 lbs + without too much trouble. If they are like most, they will be curved so you might look into finding some load stops to go on either side of the kayak to help prevent it from sliding left or right. Then use front and rear lines to keep it safely secured.
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Figured I'd post in here with my Harbor Freight trailer build.  Lots of room inside for gear, and enough room on top for 4 kayaks with J-hooks. 



Build Album:  http://imgur.com/a/0E3Al
« Last Edit: June 30, 2017, 09:54:51 AM by benuntu »
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