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  • Heavy duty all metal rack
  • Holds 2 Kayaks
  • Use Indoors or Outdoors
  • Works for Kayaks and SUPs
  • Padded Arms - UV Protected Nylon
  • Weight capacity of 175lbs
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Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack

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Product Highlights

  • Heavy duty all metal rack
  • Holds 2 Kayaks
  • Use Indoors or Outdoors
  • Works for Kayaks and SUPs
  • Padded Arms - UV Protected Nylon
  • Weight capacity of 175lbs
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Product Description

The perfect storage solution for any paddle sport enthusiast The Heavy-Duty Freestanding Kayak Rack has a compact vertical tower setup that safely stores 2 of your kayaks in a small area. As an added bonus, the unique arm shape is perfect to hold both kayaks and standup paddle boards. Use it with a combination of one kayak and one SUP or use it with 2 kayaks or 2 SUP.

This rack is heavy-duty It is made from steel and then powder coated to withstand elements if you decide to use it outdoors (we would not recommend this rack being used in near saltwater for long periods of time). Being made from steel this rack can support up to 175 lbs which should be enough for even the largest kayaks and SUPs on the market. The tripod base is very steady and it comes with adjustable feet to level it out on any surface. The feet also have a place for an anchor to make it even more secure of you are mounting it on your dock or deck. The arms are also made from steel and come with a thick padded sleeve to protect your kayaks while they are being stored. The padded sleeve has an exterior nylon covering that is UV protected to stand up to the outdoors for many years.

Adjustable crossbar for different widths This kayak rack comes standard with a crossbar that connects the two freestanding towers. It can be adjusted from 4 feet to 6 feet to accommodate whatever size boats you have. The crossbar adds extra stability to the rack system.

Optional expansion kit for wider fishing kayaks Need to store your fishing kayak wider than 28? Consider adding the optional Expansion Post Set to increase the space between levels by an additional 28". Be sure to select the Black color to coordinate with the rest of this rack.

  • Each Tower is 48" in Height and the base is 24" x 22"
  • The rack is 24" in depth (out from wall)
  • There is an adjustable crossbar that can be set at 4ft or 6ft to space the 2 towers
  • Supports up to 175 lbs.
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  • (2) Sets of Rack Arms 
  • (2) Freestanding Towers
  • (1) Crossbar to connect the Towers
  • Instructions and Hardware
Kayak rack
Posted: June 21, 2018
Written by: Karll R.
Rating:5

Very sturdy, adjustable feet make it easy to level.

Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Sturdy design, straightforward to put together
Posted: May 9, 2018
Written by: Mike C.
Rating:5

I put it together about a week ago and I like the way it looks. I store my two kayaks in the basement, and needed a solution. I'm happy with the choice. The instructions were relatively easy to understand - I put it together myself in about an hour. I like that they provided a wrench; have another one on hand - a small adjustable wrench works fine - to tighten all the nuts and bolts.

It took a while to arrive - I think it came 7-8 days from when I received notice that it was shipped. Keep that in mind if you're pressed for time.

Free Standing Kayak Rack
Posted: May 6, 2018
Written by: Renee
Rating:5

Great customer service, original package damaged and missing parts. Second shipment sent from company without issue. Stand is great for my kayak, would recommend an improved assembly instructions sheet be provided or a video instruction link. Otherwise it's great.

Kayak Stand
Posted: April 4, 2018
Written by: Donna M.
Rating:5

My husband and I put it together and it holds well. We do suggest if using inside to brace the back against the wall. This is a safety feature in case of mild earthshakes. The only thing we would like changed is bigger directions I used a magnifying glass to see which way parts went! And to see which way bolts and nuts went in. It is a Great product and we have already recommended it to our Kayak Club. Thank you for a Product that is built very well. Regards

Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Free-standing kayak rack
Posted: March 21, 2018
Written by: Carl D.
Rating:5

Very impressed with this product. It did however, come with several holes in the carton. I was expecting to find that parts had fallen out as they were not in the bubble packs. Much to my surprise, everything was there.
I was most impressed how the unit went together, no force fitting or redrilling to get things lined up. I did have to disassemble one or two pieces because the instructions were not that clear in one or two instances. I would strongly advise to use the instructions, however, in assembly, rather than go to them when you have a problem like many of us tend to do.
The finished unit stands very solid, even without anchors. My friend did say that the nuts and bolts did rust prematurely which spoiled the appearance. I tried to buy stainless, but the price was too prohibitive, so I painted them with rust proof paint.
In spite of the few hick-ups, I am very pleased with this rack and would enthusiastically recommend it.

100% Satisfied with product
Posted: March 9, 2018
Written by: Katherine M. Y.
Rating:5

The rack is perfect for storing my two kayaks in the garage. Very stable and strong; can be bolted to the floor or left mobil. All the parts were contained in the package and in good shape. My only difficulty was assembly; I needed the video online as well as the paper directions. There were lots of screws and bolts designated for specific locations. That said, I like puzzles so it was fun. Highly recommend

Excellenr kayak rack
Posted: December 27, 2017
Written by: Jopzy P.
Rating:5

Very pleased with this purchase. Very sturdy product.

Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Two Kayak Storage Rack - Heavy Duty Free-Standing
Posted: December 6, 2017
Written by: Robert
Rating:5

This Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack for two kayaks is the best storage rack I've seen because it is sturdily built, securely holds the kayaks, is nicely padded, and uses space economically along the side of our garage so we can still park the cars in the garage. The only negative comment I would make would be about the written instructions; they need to be revised for detail and clarity.

Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Posted: November 3, 2017
Written by: Eric R.
Rating:4

Good solid rack product. Saves space in our garage. Biggest problem with the assembly chore was seeing the 3D expanded figure. The whole instruction sheet should have been twice as big to clearly understand the subtle but critical mechanical relationships. This problem easily doubled my assembly time. Not fun!

Good quality product
Posted: September 20, 2017
Written by: Ann D.
Rating:5

The set of directions were a little hard to read and the box was torn causing one of the bolts to fall out on my doorstep when it was delivered. Whatever broke the carton, broke through the plastic case that the bolts, etc. we're in.
That being said, everything was there and I assembled it without any problems.

The rack is holding my two kayaks very well in my garage. It seems very sturdy and has sleeves on the part that holds the kayaks in place so that they don't get scratched. Seems very sturdy. I think it will be serving me well for years.

Sturdy
Posted: August 24, 2017
Written by: Patrice W.
Rating:5

I was tired of moving my kayaks on the garage floor so I purchased this rack. It fit our needs perfectly. It was easy to put together and seems very sturdy.

Heavy Duty Free Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Posted: August 16, 2017
Written by: Bridget D.
Rating:5

I received my order fast. It was pretty easy for me to put together. Great instructions! I had looked at other storage racks on other sites but they looked too flimsy but this one is sturdy. Thank you for a good quality Storage Rack!

Durable and Easy to assemble
Posted: August 3, 2017
Written by: Ruth J.
Rating:5

I really like this storage rack. It's easy to place the kayak and paddle board in the racks, and easy to remove them as well. Great purchase!

Sturdy kayak holder
Posted: October 5, 2016
Written by: Virginia S.
Rating:5

The stand is very sturdy and well made. I included wheels so I can easily move it around my garage. My only advice is to clarify which screws go in the round holes and which ones in the square holes.

Heavy Duty Kayak Freestanding Storage Rack
Posted: October 5, 2016
Written by: Mary Louise D.
Rating:5

Excellent quality, easy to install and perfect for our storage area.

Free Standing Kayak Rack
Posted: September 21, 2016
Written by: Greg C.
Rating:5

Easy to assemble! Works great... A real space saver!

Good stand
Posted: May 18, 2016
Written by: Lance W.
Rating:4

I rated this good rather than excellent because the weather has kept me from mounting my kayaks.
I will say that I received the stand when expected, and ,with some thought and a partner, was easy to put together. It looks like it will work fine as a stable kayak stand.

As Discribed
Posted: May 12, 2016
Written by: Sally B.
Rating:5

Easily put together and very stable.

Great quality
Posted: April 13, 2016
Written by: Nancy L.
Rating:5

This storage rack is perfect for our two kayaks. The quality of the rack is great. Very solid!

Kayak storage
Posted: February 24, 2016
Written by: Francine H.
Rating:5

We mounted this to the dock. I seems sturdy. We live on a small private lake. We are having wind gusts today of up to 20 Miles per hour and there is only a tiny bit of movement. Assembly on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being most difficult we rate it at a 4. We feel this was a good choice.

Heavy Duty Free-Standing Kayak Storage Rack
Does the job
Posted: October 24, 2015
Written by: Phil
Rating:5

Works as described

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Q:
Would this rack work with my Hobie cat kayaks? I have a Outback and Revolution 13? The Outback is a beefy kayak. Or is there another equivalent rack that you recommend.
A:
This freestanding rack will not hold large fishing type kayaks such as the ones you have. You would need something more like this Deluxe Stand to hold those kayaks, which has arms suited for holding your kayaks.
Q:
What is the weight of rack?
A:
Our freestanding rack for two kayaks and/or SUPs weighs 50 lbs.
Q:
Will this hold a wilderness aspire 105? We have 2.
A:
Our Heavy Duty 2 Kayak Stand may fit both of your Wilderness Aspire 105s, but we cannot guarantee it. The length of those kayaks would be fine - at 10'6", you could use the rack at its 6 foot long extension and it would evenly distribute their length to support the boats. Their weight, at 48 pounds each, is fine too, as this rack will will support up to 175 lbs.

The question-mark is on how well they will fit based on their listed width of 29", and we are unable to judge how much they taper. It would definitely hold at least one that wide at its beam on the top level, but we aren't certain if there would be any issues with a kayak that wide on the bottom level. We have seen some pretty wide kayaks in use on these, as you can see from some of our photos, but shapes of different types of kayaks vary so much, and there are no specific fit guidelines available from the stand's manufacturer to cover every model possible, that would give us a better idea. So we think it would be close, and possible for this stand to work for both of your kayaks, but we can't guarantee it.
Q:
Will it hold 2 wilderness pungos 12 feet?
A:
Our freestanding kayak rack extends to a 6 foot length between the arms where your boats will be resting, so for 12' kayaks, that should work fine - you would have about 3 feet of kayak extending at either end, so as long as you have a space that fits the length of your boats, they should be supported well. There are other factors to consider if it will work for your Wilderness Pungo 120s. Their width at the beam, if its 29" as listed on some specs, should be fine. You should be able to fit both on the rack; but the depth where they sit in the rack arms (at bow and stern, about 3' in on each side) will need to taper to less than 13" deep. So that is something to look at. If they do taper to less than 13" deep at their ends, you should be fine.
Q:
Can I buy the 5' cable and keyed lock without the locks jaw component? If so, how much is the cost?
A:
Our 5' locking cable comes with one jaw to use it to secure a SUP or Surfboard; we don't have the locking cable alone available at this time.
Q:
Will this rack work with the (2) Hobie Mirage Revolution 11
A:
I don't have the exact specifications on your model Hobies, other than their length, so whether this kayak stand will work for them depends on a couple of things.

First, at 11 feet long, you want to note that this stand adjusts to having its arms either 4 feet or 6 feet apart. That should be fine for that length of boat, as you will have about 2'5" hanging over the sides, and that should be well supported enough in the middle.

The weight this rack can support is a total of 175 pounds - which is a lot, but you want to be aware of that, if those are particularly heavy kayaks.

Then the tricky points are the width and depth of the kayaks, to know whether they will sit properly in the arms. The arms taper down to 8", so at the bow and stern your boats should be no deeper than 8" thick where they will sit in the arms. It slots down from 13" to help you maneuver the boat in to the arms, but that is basically where they would sit at about 2'5" in on either side of your boat, so you may want to look at that depth on their sides.

Additionally, you need to look at how wide your boats are. For the top level, it is open, so won't be as big of an issue (unless they are very wide). For the bottom level, you will need to fit the boat in that bottom level underneath the top arms. Fairly wide boats can tuck under the top arms, as the rack system is quite tall - but if your boat is much over 34" wide at its beam it might be trickier to fit in that space.
Q:
I have the 2017 Wilderness systems Tsunami 125 and 135...would the rack accommodate both?
A:
Our Heavy Duty Kayak Rack can hold up to 175 pounds, so your kayaks will need to weigh no more than that combined, for starters. Then the stand at its longest extensions is 6 feel long - so both of your kayaks length should be fine on it, as they would have a little over 3 feet on either end of where they are held by the rack arms, and that should give enough distribution of their weight to be fine. Now the tricky part will be how wide those boats are at their beam, as the one placed on the bottom level may need to tuck under the top level a bit, if it is a particular wide boat. Most boats under 30" wide will fit fine on the bottom level, if wider, it may depend on their shape on how will they will fit on the bottom. Those are the main considerations. Additionally, where the boat sits in the rack, at its bow and stern sides, has an opening that is 13" wide at the top, then tapers down to about 8 inches - so the boat can't be much deeper than 13" at its ends in order to sit in the cradles, and that will work for most kayaks, but is something else to look at.
Q:
The 2 kayaks I have are Pelican Escape 100X - would this rack work for these?
A:
Yes, this kayak stand should work well for your two Pelican Escapes. At 10 feet long, they would be well supported by the length of the stand (which can be extended to 4 or 6 feet). Their weight at 42 pounds each (so combined 84 pounds) would come in well under the maximum capacity the stand can hold (175 lbs). And their beam-width of 28" should not be a problem for fitting one one each level. So this would be a good choice for those kayaks.
Q:
We have a Wilderness System Tarpon 100 and 120. Would this rack work for both? If not, what would you recommend?
A:
Our Heavy Duty Double Kayak Stand should work fine for both of your Wilderness System Tarpons. If you set the crossbar at its maximum distance of 6 feet, you should have enough of the boat's lengths supported (with about 2-3 feet of each boat at either end of the arms on the outside, and 6 feet in the middle).

With beams for those boats showing at about 30 inches or so wide, that should be fine for both top and bottom levels, they should both fit. And their weight range should be fine as it supports a total of up to 175 lbs and I believe those come in at about 120 lbs total.

If they are very deep boats at their bow & stern ends, that is the only possible concern - you will be placing them into the rack arms on their sides, and the rack arms taper from a 13" opening down to about 8" wide - so you just want to make sure at 2-3 feet at either end of the boats, they aren't much thicker-deeper than 13" on their sides. Overall though I think they should be fine and this is a good choice for those boats.
Q:
Can the rock be secured into the ground?
A:
For this 2 kayak stand, securing it to the ground can be helpful for additional security/stability, but it has adjustable leveling feet with anchors, so can be used on a variety of surfaces as-is. If you wanted to anchor/secure it further, I am not certain of the best or easiest way to do so, for the surface you would like to secure it too -- but it is basically built as a free-standing system and functions well as such.
Q:
Will this rack hold a Perception Swifty 9.5 foot?
A:
Whether this heavy duty Kayak Stand will work for your Perception Swifty model will depend mostly on its depth (thickness) at bow & stern, and its width at the beam. I wasn't seeing those measurements online for that 9'5" model -- based on what is showing as its weight (around 44 lbs), that part would work; and the length of 9'5" is fine - the stand would support that length in either the 4' or 6' length extension.

So the only question is whether the bow/stern ends that would sit in the arm brackets would fit - the cradles have a 13" opening that tapers down to 8". The boat would need to be able to fit into those cradles to work. Additionally, the width at its beam will affect whether it will sit well on the bottom tier; it it was much over 30" wide at the beam it may not work on the bottom tier.
Q:
Would your rack hold two Ocean Kayak Frenzys?
A:
Our Heavy-Duty Double Kayak Stand should work to hold both of your Ocean Kayak Frenzys. From the specs I see for those kayaks, they would fall within the weight limit (combined) for what this stand can hold - it can hold up to 175 pounds maximum. If their length is running around 9' long, that also is not a problem, as you can set the stand up to be 4 to 6 feet in length - so the longer length would distribute the weight/length well for those boats.

The width of the boats is where it can get tricky and be harder to gauge. I am showing those kayaks as being about 31' wide at their beam (in the middle) - there should be enough room for the boat on the bottom to fit at that width, but that is getting a bit wide for the bottom level, so it could be close. What you may need to look at is how much the boats taper in thickness at their ends where they would sit in the arm cradles - which would be about 3' in on bow & stern sides of the boat. At that point on the boat, on its side, it would need to taper to fit a cradle that has a 13" opening at the top, and then tapers down to 8". If it does seem like it will taper in thickness/depth, to fit on its side in those slots at each end, then most likely it should fit itself into the rack to snug into the bottom level fine. My sense is they should be fine to fit on both levels, but that is something to consider.
Q:
Will this hold two 14ft kayaks?
A:
The rack supports up to 175 lbs. total and each arm fits a kayak on its side, as long as that section of the boat that's in the arm is 13" deep or less.
The crossbar can be set to either 4 ft. or 6 ft. so you would need to find the points on your kayaks where they will rest in the arms and make sure it is less than 13" deep at those points. If it is then they should fit!
Q:
We have two Native Watercraft Marvel 10 kayaks. Will this work?
A:
Yes, our heavy duty double kayak stand should work for both of your kayaks! I am basing this on what looks like they specs as being about 30" wide at the beam and about 45 lbs each. Based on those measurements, they should both fit on the rack; as for the length of 10 feet, that is fine - you can space the rack out from 4 to 6 feet long to distribute the length of the boat (with either 2 or 3 feet of the boat hanging over either side of the rack arms, depending on which length you set it at, and either would be fine).
Q:
do the feet have holes for bolts to tie it down?
A:
This double kayak stand comes with leveling feet you attach to the base of the stand, as well as anchors that you can use in addition, for when you need to actually anchor (tie-down, or bolt) the stand's base to the floor, ground or deck.  If you have a stable & level environment to place the stand on, you don't need to use those included anchors --  but if you want to tie or bolt down the stand, you use the anchor to then attach it to the surface; you would need to use your own hardware/tie-downs to do so, with the anchor, as those are not included.  
Q:
What is the height of this kayak rack? I have built- in shelves in my garage and need to know if it would fit under them
A:
Our two kayak stand is 48" in height (so 4 feet tall), but you will need to factor in how wide the kayak is that you place on the top rung of arms, since the kayak will be held on its side, and so will extend taller than the actual rack by a bit, taking up a little more in vertical space above the height of the stand.... by maybe half the width of the kayak (so for a 24" kayak, maybe a foot of it will be above that bar height of the stand, as an example).  
Q:
I have two Perception Eclipse kayaks. Will they fit on this rack? 17'2 long; 22.5" beam; 13" Deck Height.
A:
To start with, for the length of your boats:  the stand itself is fixed in either of two lengths, 4 or 6 feet long; so if you set the stand at the maximum adjustment of 6 feet long, you will have a fair amount of kayak hanging over the both of the ends -- about 5.5" feet of boat on either end.  That really isn't a problem overall, as boats that long would still have their weight and shape relatively evenly distributed (with a third in the middle between the arm cradles), but it is something to think about...as well where you are siting the stand, since you will need a room or space large enough to accommodate the lengths of the boats.  I have seen these work for long boats, but it is something to think about for your storage needs.

Then for the beam width and the depth of the boats, the main thing to note is that the cradles that will hold your kayaks on their sides, at roughly 6 feet in from their bow & stern ends, have an opening that starts at 13" wide, then tapers to 8" at the bottom.  So if your boats are really 13" deep still at those 6 feet marks on either end, that would be my only concern, that it could be close -- they should slot in, but that is the total space there at the top of the arm cradle where you place the kayak into the arms.  On our listing there is a graphic with the dimensions of the stand, that includes an inset showing how the arm cradles taper, in case that helps you visualize it.

Then, the beam width of 22.5 should be fine on either level of the stand otherwise.  Once the widest point gets to about 28" you might need the optional expansion posts to make the stand taller, so that there is more room for the bottom kayak to fit on the rack.  The expansion posts can be bought separately/later, but at 22.5" your kayak on the bottom level should fit fine without the expansion post.

Overall, I believe your boats should fit on this rack, but I hope the above helps you know if this is the right choice for your boats and space. 

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