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  Straps or Rack?
  Posted by: BobbyinBryan on Jun-23-13 9:50 PM (EST)
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I had posted earlier about how to mount my kayak from ceiling joists, and I appreciate all of the feedback that I received. But now I'm looking into a wall mount with straps vs. a wall-mounted rack. Which option will result in my kayak keeping its shape?

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  I would say both are fine
  Posted by: trvlrerik on Jun-23-13 10:52 PM (EST)
as long as you support the kayak where it is strongest, in most cases this is in the bulk-head areas. In most cases this divides the kayak roughly into thirds. I store my kayaks on their sides.

If you use a hard mount bracket you may want to pad the bracket with carpet or closed cell foam.
 
 
  The one that is mounted in a room
  Posted by: g2d on Jun-23-13 11:51 PM (EST)
where the temperature is below 160 degrees F.
 

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