It is all about getting there. Had to create a rack for two 10 foot kayaks on a Ford Ranger. Copied idea from other PVC racks. Have a fill tube on this one to weigh down the rack and a plug to drain the water when done.

It is all about getting there. Had to create a rack for two 10 foot kayaks on a Ford Ranger. Copied idea from other PVC racks. Have a fill tube on this one to weigh down the rack and a plug to drain the water when done.

rv must haves | My husband built me this sweet kayak rack for the 5th wheel. Finally ...

rv must haves | My husband built me this sweet kayak rack for the 5th wheel. Finally ...

Canoe/Kayak Racks for your Taco? | Page 4 | Tacoma World

Canoe/Kayak Racks for your Taco? | Page 4 | Tacoma World

DIY Truck Bed Fishing Rod Holder - never break a fishing rod in the back of your truck again - Learn how to make it yourself at mountainstomarsh.com

DIY Truck Bed Fishing Rod Holder - never break a fishing rod in the back of your truck again - Learn how to make it yourself at mountainstomarsh.com

INTRODUCTION Roof racks for carrying 1+ kayaks can get pretty expensive (at least $100) for a transporting a single kayak and even more additional kayaks. This Instructable will show you how to build and mount a PVC Kayak Roof Rack/Carrier to your vehicle that can carry one or two kayaks. The total cost of this in its most basic form is about $80 (as of 2013). As shown in the pictures it is about $100 (as of 2013). DISCLAIMER: I take no credit for this design, this Kayak Roof Rack/Carrier is…

INTRODUCTION Roof racks for carrying 1+ kayaks can get pretty expensive (at least $100) for a transporting a single kayak and even more additional kayaks. This Instructable will show you how to build and mount a PVC Kayak Roof Rack/Carrier to your vehicle that can carry one or two kayaks. The total cost of this in its most basic form is about $80 (as of 2013). As shown in the pictures it is about $100 (as of 2013). DISCLAIMER: I take no credit for this design, this Kayak Roof Rack/Carrier is…

Here's a great way to haul up to (5) kayaks plus the paddles, life jackets & other gear neatly in the back of of pick-up. Outfitters in our area charge $40 per kayak per trip to drop you off upriver ($200 a day for a family of 5). With this set-up, they only charge us $25 to drop us off at the same spot & to drive my truck back to the same take-out spot downstream. That saves at least $175 each time we go!

Here's a great way to haul up to (5) kayaks plus the paddles, life jackets & other gear neatly in the back of of pick-up. Outfitters in our area charge $40 per kayak per trip to drop you off upriver ($200 a day for a family of 5). With this set-up, they only charge us $25 to drop us off at the same spot & to drive my truck back to the same take-out spot downstream. That saves at least $175 each time we go!

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