Apex Kayak Roof Carrier

Off to enjoy your next kayaking destination? Haul your single kayak there on the rooftop of a vehicle with the Apex kayak carrier. Mounting to already installed round or square cross bars, the T-rack carrier has two rubber padded cradles that protect your kayak from damage and includes 98" straps to secure your kayak to the rack.

  • Steel construction
  • Powder coat finish
  • Rubber support pads won't scratch kayak
  • Sold as pair of cradles to transport single kayak
  • Two safety straps included
  • Comes with mounting hardware
$59.99
T-RACK-DLX
$13.00
Back ordered Estimated Date 09/20/2014
1 Year Warranty

Summary

The T-Rack kayak roof carrier hauls one kayak on top of the roof of a vehicle with already installed round or square cross bars. The T-Rack kayak carrier comes in pairs and includes mounting hardware and tie-down straps.

Detail

The T-Rack kayak carrier secures to the roof of a vehicle to transport a kayak to your next destination. Made from high-strength steel, the T-Rack frame consists of an elongated "J" shape that cradles many styles of kayaks. The T-Rack kayak carrier mounts to existing cross bars on the roof of the vehicle with included hardware. T-Rack kayak carrier secures to existing vehicle roof cross bars without tools.

The padding and rubber supports on the T-Rack kayak roof carrier prevents the kayaks from getting damaged while traveling. The 98" straps keeps the kayak secured while moving (bow & stern tie downs sold separately). The T-Rack kayak carrier comes with a one year warranty.

Steel Kayak Carrier (Pair)
19-1/8"
4-3/4"
16"
1-3/8" or 7/8"
1-5/16" or 3-3/8"
5/8"
1-5/16"
1-1/4"

Product Features

  • Each pair Transports a single kayak atop the roof
  • Painted black steel construction
  • Padded frame won't scratch the kayak
  • Included hardware mounts to most existing round, square, and factory cross bars
  • Includes (2) 98 inch straps to secure a kayak
  • 1 year warranty

Documents

Instruction Manual

Resources

Article: How to Tie Down Roof Cargo

Review Summary