KAYAK probelm

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  1. fabweb

    fabweb

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    just brought a hymer 694 and want to attached a KAYAK to thr roof what would be the best thing to get for this and allround use
     
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    Hi and welcome Fayab.

    I have a kayak which I take away with my motorhome down to the Tarn gorges in France. Although I do not use it that much the way I attach it is to use the roof bars. its strapped on quite heavily and therefore a bit of a pain to get off and then on. Also you have to make sure you attach it to the right bars. I secure it upside down with the front at the front to make it more areodynamic (its a playboat).

    I have looked in to making a kayak carrier for it but never got round to it.:Blush:
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Fiamma make a 8004815059019 Fiamma R240 Roof Rack 02429A01- which has straight and curved rails

    Luggage rack consisting of 4 straight tubes and 4 curved tubes with 30mm diameter and 2mm thickness. Made in anodized aluminium for maximum resistance against bad weather. Universal size: 240x240x13.5cm that can be easily cut to required size.

    Peter
     

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