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Old 09-29-2015, 08:04 PM   #41
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Wish I could pull it behind tt toy hauler.
To post photos from some phones you need to edit the picture and save. I usually just crop the whole picture and then save it. Then when you post it will have the correct orientation.
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Old 10-19-2015, 03:35 PM   #42
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I have a 14' seaeagle inflatable kayak. Works great and easy to store. Ordered the inexpensive one and a three person explorer. Returned the cheaper one after using once! The Explorer is a great kayak! Have used it in the ocean, the keys, and numerous lakes.


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Old 10-19-2015, 05:31 PM   #43
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We have two inflatable Sea Eagles.....the 370 (3 person, 650#) for DH and DD, age 8 and then I have the 330 (2 person, 500#) along with my other DD, age 11. They both have multiple chambers, they track pretty well, especially when you have two pre-teens paddling along with you.

We used it all summer and thoroughly enjoyed them on a couple of creeks, 3 different lakes, 4 rivers and a couple of ponds. Santa was very kind to us last year. I wonder what he will bring us this year?
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Old 10-23-2015, 04:55 PM   #44
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Well it's not a kayak but a SUP. Just thought for those with travel carry restrictions this might be an alternative. Not sure about quality, but the picture looks good. They are greatly reduced in price. Bestway White Cap Inflatable 120" x 32" Premium Sup Stand Up Paddleboard Set | eBay
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Old 10-23-2015, 05:43 PM   #45
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Well it's not a kayak but a SUP. Just thought for those with travel carry restrictions this might be an alternative. Not sure about quality, but the picture looks good. They are greatly reduced in price. Bestway White Cap Inflatable 120" x 32" Premium Sup Stand Up Paddleboard Set | eBay
You know, you could build a rack of sorts on the belly of a 5er and not worry about a roof rack at all.
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Old 11-05-2015, 09:47 AM   #46
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Sunseeker 88. Thanks for posting. Unaware of that dual hitch piece. May help with my kayak/bike solution as well. Figuring things out. Just moved from TT toy hauler to a 2500TS. Miss all that pickup space. I see a toad somewhere down the road maybe. So used to having a vehicle without picking up camp. Think I am going to try one of these for moving kayak around. Have wheels. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listi...eShipping=true. Was looking at the dumb stick or something similar and stumbled across this. Are there better solutions?
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Old 11-05-2015, 09:02 PM   #47
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I'm pretty much in the boat as you . I'll be hauling a Hobie Pro Angler 14 loaded up with batteries and motor so its too heavy lift up anywhere. And we figured a Zuma scooter would let us go buy a loaf of bread if we had to. I've been working with a great guy at North Woods Sport Trailers and he's designed a trailer to haul the yak and the scooter side by side with a 60" x 24" storage box on top.
With a set of the plug-in cart wheels for the kayak I'm hoping to tow it with the scooter back and forth from the launch to the campsite. That's the plan anyway.
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Old 11-06-2015, 08:10 AM   #48
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Got one of these earlier this year. Didn't get it to tow a kayak while camping, but your mention of the scooter has me thinking. Juggernaut. Just wasn't wanting to take it near saltwater, which is what I want to fish. Was thinking cheap bike if I don't have too far to go. A small enclosed trailer with roof racks might be a plan. Need to sell my full size and get a small truck, but a good 4x4 new one cost almost as much as a full size, and well over 4000 pounds. What to do! Gotta get a small truck toad. Camper shell and roof racks. Gain some more storage capacity that way as well. Wish I didn't have a 5000 lb tow limit. Damn, damn, damn. Ride the bike and pray for clear skies.
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Old 12-07-2015, 01:25 AM   #49
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Rv kayak and bike rack

Here is my vertical kayak rack on my Fifth wheel that carries two bikes and two kayaks. It slides into any 2" receiver. These are 10' kayaks. Very solid construction.
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Old 12-07-2015, 04:36 PM   #50
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Not sure, but it seems your picture didn't post. I assume you were meaning to show what it looks like.
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