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Old 06-12-2018, 11:10 PM   #1
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Kayak Rack and Bike Rack using receiver-idea

So we decided to it was time to take our kayaks and bikes with us when we camp. We have a 355MBQS with the accessory hitch. I looked at a kayak rack and they were near $1800 so figured there had to be a cheaper way. What did was got a cargo carrier from kijiji, a truck bed extender, bike fork mount clip, double receiver extension ,some aluminum tubing and eye bolts from a combo of amazon and local suppliers. Ot cost me a total,of $400. It is all bolted together takes about 15min to assemble. Went with aluminum to keep the weight down and using a combo straps and anti rattle clips it barley moves. Total weight is about 220lbs. Used it on a short trip and it seems to work great. If any one wants more details let me know
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Please post a few pictures. I'm always interested in new ways to do things.
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Yup, pics or it didn't happen

What size kayaks are you hauling? Wouldn't mind taking ours but they are too big to put vertical.

I made brackets that the bike forks lock into and mount them in my basement but I think this winter I'll make something stronger to carry them on the back once we are out of the snow/salt. Too much trouble to get them out of the basement for short stops.
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Been having problems uploading photos will give it a try again. Total loaded weight is 220lbs.
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I want to get a kayak but before I do I want to be sure I can carry it with me.I’m looking to make a set up like this for the back of my Eagle HT. Can you post a pic of how you support the upward bar the kayak is strapped to? I know it’s a bed extender bar but how is it attached to the bumper?
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Old 12-09-2019, 08:48 PM   #6
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Used one of the double receiver holders

https://www.etrailer.com/Accessories...urt/D-192.html

Tray on the bottom and the cargo extension on the top.
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