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Old 12-31-2019, 11:49 AM #1
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Roof ideas for Hauling Kayaks.

I just got my 5th gen 4Runner several months ago and I have slowly been doing work to it. I知 now in the market for a ladder and roof rack/basket. I had J-bars the last few years but I知 looking for alternatives this year. I知 going to be ordering a go I ladder next week so now I need roofing ideas. What all do y誕ll use?
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I've been using the Toyota OEM crossbars. Not super-fancy, but they're light, low-profile, quiet, cheap, and fine for a couple of lightweight canoes or kayaks.
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Ya, theres a ton on that thread @md-lucky posted. Here is my setup with my gobi rack. I have the Yakima J-Lo's and love them. They collapse when they aren't being used so you dont have antlers when you're driving around.

EDIT: Forgot to mention that I ran the J-Lo's with my stock Cross bars as well with zero issues and great fitment.


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Yakima or Thule crossbar setup will give you the most bang for the buck if you can find used rack parts. You can add a basket to either of those down the line if you wish. I don't have a great deal of trust in the factory crossbars since they will flex a little which can eventually loosen whatever you have attached to them.
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We've got a bunch of people using our crossbars combined with Yakima or Thule kayak mounts.
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