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PostPosted: Sat Jul 23, 2011 8:11 pm 
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Does anyone have a device to transport 2 PA's in the back of a PU truck with a Bed extender. I was thinking of turning them on their side at an angle meeting in the middle. Or it their some device?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2011 2:11 pm 
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I've hauled to PA's in the back of my '63 Chevy Longbed. I found the easiest way to transport them is to stack them. All that weight on the side can dent the side of your yak. You'll have the other upside down with the seat sitting inside of the foot area of the PA. I use pads in different areas so the weight isn't resting on one area in particular. Use ratchet straps to secure them. They can be heavy lifting on and off but it's doable. I just invested in the Hobie / Trailex aluminum trailer which makes it much easier - and I can tow behind my Prius. Good luck.


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