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Old 03-11-2017, 08:30 PM   #1
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Kayaks and Motorcycle hauling

Anyone haul a motorcycle in the back of their truck and also carry kayaks? Any help with suggestions for such a rack would be helpful as well as photos. I carry a Goldwing on a Rampage lift. Vertical rack on the back of our motor home is not an option as we have a rear diesel. Thx

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Bumping this...

Hoping that someone who is doing this successfully sees it. I'm in a similar situation, 2 sea kayaks and 2 motorcycles. Leaving in 3 months to F/T.

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Old 03-31-2017, 12:38 PM   #3
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Ladder Rack

My brother carries motorcycles in the back of his truck and uses a ladder rack on the truck for the kayaks. It has a removable back bar . You could also get a customized ladder rack that went further over the cab of the truck so you wouldn't have to take the yaks off to remove the motorcycle. Because the yaks are pretty light weight, the cantilever wouldn't be a problem.
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