Then the Quick 'n' Easy racks are the way to go. You add a 2x4 of whatever length you need and you have a secure rack that'll handle your canoe with no trouble. I used them for years on my Ford Ranger and they worked great.
I drilled holes in the 2x4 every few inches and then made loops of line. I fed the loops through a fender washers. The knot wouldn't fit through the hole in the fender washer. Then I was able to feed the loop up through the holes in the 2x4 and I had secure and convenient tie down spots anywhere I needed one. I worked very well.
I bought the Quick 'n' Easy rack uprights from NRS.
- Big D
Touring Kayak Paddles
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles
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