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Brother and I are looking at going in on one together.  Most likely the 110.  

 

What are some good options for transporting it with a Jeep?  Anything we should think of getting right off the bat?

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14 hours ago, CybrSlydr said:

Brother and I are looking at going in on one together.  Most likely the 110.  

 

What are some good options for transporting it with a Jeep?  Anything we should think of getting right off the bat?

PFDs and paddles. You mean a Jeep Wrangler I guess ?

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12 hours ago, GeekFisher said:

PFDs and paddles. You mean a Jeep Wrangler I guess ?

Correct. 

 

The Yak comes with a paddle and we already have a PFD from the pontoon boat.  However, I figure we'll get a separate paddle just because the one that comes with it would probably be heavy as heck.

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12 hours ago, CybrSlydr said:

Correct. 

 

The Yak comes with a paddle and we already have a PFD from the pontoon boat.  However, I figure we'll get a separate paddle just because the one that comes with it would probably be heavy as heck.

A kayak pfd is Much better since they're high back !

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Trailering is obviously the easiest way. But all you really need is a couple of pool noodles for the kayak to sit on top of, and cam straps to secure it to the roof without a rack. 

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On 3/27/2019 at 5:30 AM, Smalls said:

Trailering is obviously the easiest way. But all you really need is a couple of pool noodles for the kayak to sit on top of, and cam straps to secure it to the roof without a rack. 

Most likely this is what we are going to do.  Some bungees for nose/tail securing as well.

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3 hours ago, CybrSlydr said:

Most likely this is what we are going to do.  Some bungees for nose/tail securing as well.

Please do not use bungees. Or ratchet straps. You can get a good set of of non ratcheting straps for cheap. I think I paid $20 for 4 made by NRS. 

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