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Submitted: 08-05-2002 by carbonkayak

Kayak bottom(front or rear narrow ends) will drag and scrape on the cross bar between the hully rollers before the kayak is pushed onto the rollers where the rollers are fully supporting the kayak. You have to cover the cross bar between the rollers with foam to protect your kayak. When you load or unload the kayak, the kayak will creep to the side of the hully roller as the kayak rolls on the rollers. The result will be that the kayak will creep off the hully roller and fall off the vehicle to the ground or fall on the cross bar. You will sustain major damage to a fiberglass kayak. There is no warning in the instructions. You have to center the kayak once it is fully loaded. The rollers do make it easier to load a kayak but you have to be careful about the above.
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