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Resurrecting this because my news feed alerted me to a new player in the cartopping space.  Cool enough idea, though not a lot more economical than the Hullivator.  (About a month after this thread, I 'stole' my wife's Hullivator and have been using it since.....so much better than any other method, I'd figured out.)  This one looks cool, but may not have helped my particular situation a whole lot:

https://newatlas.com/ez-rec-rack-kayak/60168/

(The link has a video when I use my phone...no video on desktop....weird)

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On 1/6/2019 at 6:00 AM, DogBone_384 said:

This might help if you load your kayak stern first:

 

 

This^^ is a cool idea.

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54 minutes ago, Paul Roberts said:

This^^ is a cool idea.

A cheap or old rubber backed bath mat works as well and is easier than using a strap like he does

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I use a rubber-backed memory foam mat that rolls up. Works like a charm for my Nucanoe Frontier 12

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On 6/23/2019 at 6:12 PM, VolFan said:

I use a rubber-backed memory foam mat that rolls up. Works like a charm for my Nucanoe Frontier 12

Isn't the friction of sliding the kayak burning the foam?

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No - theres a thin cloth-like covering.  Look at Costco for kitchen mats or stanging mats.

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Congrats on the Hobie. You're going to love that thing!

 

Wonder if something like this would make load/unload easier.

 

 

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