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Got my baby all mounted up today and was put through a good 50 mile run with no mount issues. The cross rail and mounts were super cheap on Amazon, I believe TMS or Aero brand. Either way they held up nicely and very affordable. Enjoy the pics :) :ReneBlueWave:
 

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Got my baby all mounted up today and was put through a good 50 mile run with no mount issues. The cross rail and mounts were super cheap on Amazon, I believe TMS or Aero brand. Either way they held up nicely and very affordable. Enjoy the pics :) :ReneBlueWave:
What crossbar did you use and how much? They look great.
 

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I know I asked this before in this thread but I really want to get this setup on my TH for my kayaks. I'm concerned that it may be hard for me to put on by myself (currently I just put them in my van). I'm a small framed female but fairly strong for my size :). Most of the time there would be two of us but sometimes I go alone. Thanks for any words of wisdom :)
 

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I know I asked this before in this thread but I really want to get this setup on my TH for my kayaks. I'm concerned that it may be hard for me to put on by myself (currently I just put them in my van). I'm a small framed female but fairly strong for my size :). Most of the time there would be two of us but sometimes I go alone. Thanks for any words of wisdom :)
Depending on your price point, if you're concerned with a heavier weight lifted well above your head (I'm 5'5"), then Thule makes the Hullivator. It's expensive but perfect for situations like this - [ame]http://www.amazon.com/Thule-897XT-Hullavator-Kayak-Carrier/dp/B000QV1WSM[/ame]
 

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Don't remember who makes it, either Thule, possibly Yakima. But one company like this makes a simple rack extender bar. You pull it out and then prop up one end of your kayak on the bar. Then you go pick up the rear of your kayak and lift up and load to the roof. Once done the bar slides back into its place. It makes loading or unloading a one person job.
 

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Don't remember who makes it, either Thule, possibly Yakima. But one company like this makes a simple rack extender bar. You pull it out and then prop up one end of your kayak on the bar. Then you go pick up the rear of your kayak and lift up and load to the roof. Once done the bar slides back into its place. It makes loading or unloading a one person job.
I found it. It's called The Boatloader, sold by Yakima. It sells for $79.00
 
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