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- Outfit your rig to haul any hull with a Yakima DryDock Hitch Mount Carrier
- Y-shaped frame of an over-cab system for carrying kayaks, canoes and lengthy loads
- Tilting mast makes loading easy and allows for quick tailgate access
- Frame adjusts in height to match your rooftop rack
- Finished with a rust-resistant, matte black powder coat
- DryDock Mount is available with or without a set of crossbars (needed for complete system)
- Designed to fit any 2” hitch receiver—add extra security with a HitchLock (sold separately)
- Your Yakima DryDock Hitch Mount Kayak & Canoe Carrier is backed by a Lifetime Warranty
Make hauling your boat a pleasure instead of a problem with the Yakima DryDock Hitch Mount Kayak & Canoe Carrier. This Y-shaped frame, when paired with crossbars and a rooftop rack (sold separately), creates a versatile over-cab system for carrying kayaks, canoes or other lengthy payloads.
With a tilting mast to ease big boat loading, the Yakima DryDock Canoe Carrier’s design also provides instant tailgate access so you’re never far from your truck bed cargo. The Yakima DryDock Kayak Carrier frame easily adjusts to match your roof rack height, so from compact to full-sized pickups, the Yakima Dry Dock is guaranteed to work with your ride.
Yakima DryDock Canoe Carriers are finished with a rust-resistant, matte black powder coat and come with or without a set of crossbars (needed for complete system). Designed to fit any 2” hitch receiver, you can add extra security to your DryDock Hitch Mount Kayak Holder with a Yakima HitchLock (sold separately). Your Yakima DryDock Hitch Mount Kayak & Canoe Carrier is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
Yakima DryDock Hitch Mount Kayak & Canoe Carrier Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Nathan B (Skillman, NJ) Reviewed for a 2017 Chevy Silverado — May 27, 2017 3:46 AM
I used my Yakima carrier to transport three kayaks on a recent camping trip. It performed perfectly and once unloaded it tilts down, allowing the tailgate to be opened. For kayaks, I think I would be better off with a stake mount rack in the rear bed stake holes because the kayaks are not quite long enough to span the distance from front of bed to the hitch mount.
Reviewed by Jonathan B (ROCHESTER HILLS, MI) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado — Jun 20, 2016 4:18 AM
Because the hitch's fastening design (nut system instead of tighter tolerance to the receiver box), you have to be careful on bumpy roads. Your two down straps that attach to the bumpers become loose and have to reattach. I had a wide load on top that might have added more torsion to cause a swinging effect to loosen the straps. I might have add additional straps (?attached to the bed?) to prevent twisting. FYI, I am using a Thule bar over my crew cab BECAUSE Yakima does not have a config
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