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  the term "rake" is often related to ....
  Posted by: pilotwingz on Oct-03-12 7:44 PM (EST)
 

..... a slant off of the level in some fashion . When an old Coup is hot rodded the rear is often set up higher than the front , hence it said to have a pleasing looking rake . The facia boards that trim a roof line on the gable end (shows pitch of roof) are refered to as rake boards .

So I don't know exactly how the term relates to a kayak , but It probably is in a similar manner to do with asthetics and looks .


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