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Topic: How do you store your kayak(s) ?  (Read 85565 times)

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I'd say store it upside down if you can if it's a sit inside.
As per the manufacturers, upside-down is the preferred position.

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Here is a few pics of the cart I built for my PA 14. I built the storage cart based on a YouTube video and tweaked the measurements for what I needed. I made the cart tall enough to where my tail gate is just slightly taller than the bottom of the boat while it is stored. This made for easy loading and unloading.


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butlerfishing, why haven't we seen a few pictures of the pony in the hod rads post?? Or did I miss it??


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butlerfishing, why haven't we seen a few pictures of the pony in the hod rads post?? Or did I miss it??

Did not know there was a post for cars. I will find it and post a few pictures.


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Any issue leaving the Outback on its wheels with a soft pillow under the nose?

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Since I'm out of space in the garage I decided to store the kayaks on the side of the house which is only about 5 feet wide. I made this cart so I could load them up in the back yard and wheel them both down the side of the house.

Then I made a little shelter for them to keep the sun off.


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Dedicated 'yak garage/rec shed...
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I've got one in the Kitchen, one in a guest bedroom, one beside my bed and building one in the garage....

Seriously in need of a shed...


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JamesDean you can claim them as dependents on your taxes!


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From bottom to top, TI, Scupper Pro, amas. Heaviest to lightest.
TI rests on its side on memory foam. Scupper and amas hang from Home Depot wall hooks.
« Last Edit: June 24, 2020, 05:53:51 PM by Malibu_Two »
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In a Garage Gator electric kayak hoist.  See https://www.northwestkayakanglers.com/index.php?topic=22180.0 for comments on the hoist.


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I too have a Garage Gator.  The older cable ones.  I have a small house.  No driveway or backyard.  Luckily, we have a high ceiling garage.