Easily load your kayak roof racks Take the stress and workload out of loading your kayak rack - The Kayak Channel Loader helps load your kayaks onto your roof racks with just one person. Kayaks can be bulky and heavy, making it a chore to get them up into your vehicle's roof racks by yourself. The Kayak Loader's unique v-shaped roller cradles your kayak's hull for more control and steady loading. 3 positions allow you to adjust the loader to fit your vehicle's rear window angle. Stop wrestling with your kayaks and get this loader so you can enjoy your trips to the water!
How does it work? The Kayak Load Assist mounts to your vehicle's rear window using (2) heavy-duty vacuum cups. The support bar and roller then adjust upright to meet the desired angle of rear window and roof racks. Then, simply roll your kayak over the channel loader by cradling the hull in the center of the V-shaped roller. This helps guide your kayak up onto your vehicle's roof rack and handles most of the load for single-person operation.
Will it work on my vehicle? Because the Kayak Load Assist can be set at one of 2 mounting angles it's compatible with almost any vehicle! Mount it on your SUV, sedan, or hatchback. Three adjustable angles allow the roller to fit your window angle. For sedans, we recommend two kayak rollers, one for the rear window and one for the trunk.
Will it work loading J-Style kayak cradles? Yes, the Kayak Lift Assist will work with popular kayak roof rack cradles with a J-shaped design. The rollers will allow you to push the kayak up onto your car in a flat position, then you will need to adjust the kayak onto it's side in order to properly fit down into your J-style roof racks.
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