Gone fishin'. It's music to your ears. But, a trek to the lake can turn to an emergency trip to the chiropractor if you try and hoist your fishing boat onto your rig's roof without any help. With the Rhino-Rack Side Boat Loader riding along, you can effortlessly and singlehandedly load and unload your aluminum or inflatable boat—all without straining your line-casting muscles or agitating your hernia.
The magic behind the auto-hoisting Rhino-Rack Side Boat Loader comes from its powerful worm drive—it does all the work. Simply run the ropes to your tinnie, connect an 18V power drill to the drive, and pull the trigger. The Rhino Rack boat loader pulls your vessel up and draws it down, flipping it into its proper position both ways.
When you travel with the Rhino-Rack Side Boat Loader, you never have to choose between towing your boat trailer or your camper—take both. It mounts directly to your Rhino-Rack Roof Rack, leaving your hitch free for more toys. Plus, it works with boats up to 12' long and 176 lbs. 3-year warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 26, 2013 7:04 AM
2011 Toyota 4Runner
Will the loader fit a 2011 Toyota 4-Runner SR-5 with factory rack rails? Where do you put the ramps going to and from home to the water when the boat is loaded? Any chance it can be made to work with a 14' [13'8"] cartopper @135 lbs.?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 28, 2013 9:00 AM
Hi, Your 4-Runner needs a base rack system to use this product. Any other uses for the Rhino-Rack Side Boat Loader aside from boat loading would take modifications: http://www.autoanything.com/shop?searchTerm=base+rackflag Accept Answer