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    Default Kayak Lift Assist - Sherpak Lift Assist

    Hi All. I hope the below link works, but it shows a Seattle Sports Sherpak Boat Lift Assist that looks like a real good fit to help lift a kayak to a roof rack. Price is right, and the reviews I have read are very positive. Does anyone here have experience with this item that they could share? It even seems able to lift over a wing on many of the SUVs. The Item is carried by a number of vendors, including Cabelas.
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    Bob

    https://www.amazon.com/Seattle-Sports-Sherpak-Boat-Roller/dp/B009PAAI5I/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&hvadid=78546416525707&hvbmt=be &hvdev=c&hvqmt=e&keywords=sherpak+boat+roller&qid= 1574953981&sr=8-1

    I'm not sure the above will work. I'm not that good with the tech stuff!
    Bob


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    Robot Check



    try this link, don’t know why says robot check


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    I have no experience with it but I can see how that would help. I’m going to forward this to my buddy. Might be the answer to his wife loading her kayak on her vehicle. Thanks

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    Thanks, Dave. For $40.00 it looks like a decently made product. There is a demo video out there your friend can look at. Overall the reviews are good. Some complaints about curvature of the glass causing a problem and that certainly could be valid. Some of the others were probably poor glass cleaning (windex) I have an older Honda CR-V that doesn’t have a wing, and I already have the Honda crossbars and factory cradles. The issue has always been the lifting. I have a lot of water my kayak could open up.
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    I could see how the curvy glass could present a problem. $40 is worth trying I would think.

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    Yep. Not a lot of risk and I think it could be the answer! Look out Mr Pan, I’m coming for you! LOL
    Bob

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    Following.

    I’ve got a Jackson big rig and haul it on top of a lifted Jeep Wrangler. Kind of “injury to insult” set up. I usually hurt something trying to load


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