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Rightline Gear Kayak Roof Rack w/ Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long

Rightline Gear Kayak Roof Rack w/ Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long

Item # RL100K10
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These foam blocks let you carry your kayak on your roof rack crossbars, factory side rails, or your naked roof. They provide a safe surface between your vehicle and watercraft. Great Prices for the best watersport carriers from Rightline Gear. Rightline Gear Kayak Roof Rack w/ Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long part number RL100K10 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Rightline Gear Watersport Carriers - RL100K10

  • Kayak
  • Roof Mount Carrier
  • Aero Bars
  • Elliptical Bars
  • Factory Bars
  • Naked Roofs
  • Round Bars
  • Square Bars
  • Foam Blocks
  • Rightline Gear
  • Rear Loading
  • Side Loading

These foam blocks let you carry your kayak on your roof rack crossbars, factory side rails, or your naked roof. They provide a safe surface between your vehicle and watercraft.


Features:

  • 2 Foam blocks let you carry a kayak on the roof of your vehicle
    • Removable inserts let you attach blocks directly to your roof rack crossbars, factory side rails, or naked roof
  • V-shaped blocks keep kayak steady
  • Rubber guards keep blocks in place during loading and protect your roof from scratches and scuffs
  • Load straps secure kayak and blocks to your vehicle
    • 2 End straps with car clips secure foam blocks to your vehicle
    • 2 Lock straps secure kayak to foam blocks
    • Straps not required to run through inside of vehicle
  • 2 Bow-stern tie-downs anchor kayak to your vehicle
  • Quick and easy installation on vehicles with a naked roof, factory raised rails, and most crossbar styles


Specs:

  • Application: factory side rails, naked roofs, and most factory crossbars
  • Carrying capacity: 1 kayak
  • Foam block dimensions (each): 14-3/4" long x 4" wide x 3-1/2" tall
  • Height at center of block: 3"
  • Lock strap length: 9' long
  • End strap length: 12" long
  • Weight (each): 1 lb
  • 1-Year warranty


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100K10 Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs and Car Clips - Foam-Block-Style - Roof Mount - 1 Kayak

Installation Details RL100K10 Installation instructions


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Rightline Gear Kayak Roof Rack w/ Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long - RL100K10

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

These foam blocks let you carry your kayak on your roof rack crossbars, factory side rails, or your naked roof. They provide a safe surface between your vehicle and watercraft.

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Great service. Sal was really helpful!


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    The Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long # RL100K10 does not actually have a weight capacity. The roof rack weight limit or vehicle's roof weight limit is typically the limiting factor so you will want to check the capacity of each. It looks like you have the Rhino-Rack RR66YR which has a weight capacity of 165lbs. I was not able to verify the roof weight capacity on your 2011 Toyota Corolla, however, it is likely over 85lbs. You can check your...
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  • Can I Use the Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier on the Bare Roof of My 2011 Honda Odyssey?
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    The Rightline Gear Foam-Block-Style Kayak Carrier, # RL100K10, has straps with clips that are designed to fit your door frames on your 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon. I have included a video which shows the cam straps as they will appear when connect to the door jamb.
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    The Sportrack Camper Roof Rack part # SR1020 would work well on the roof of your camper to install a set of crossbars. For a kayak carrier you could then use the Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier part # RL100K10.
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  • What Carrier Do I Need to Transport an Inflatable Kayak on a 2010 Honda CR-V with a Bare Roof?
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  • How High Above the Roof Rack is the Rightline Gear Foam Block Kayak Carrier
    I went out to the warehouse and grabbed a Rightline kayak carrier, # RL100K10, to take some measurements. From the top of where the crossbar will be to the top of the block at the lowest point, it measures approximately 1-5/8 inches. To the highest point it is 2-1/2 inches.
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