R10-1003-64

Magma Dock Mounted Over-The-Water Kayak/SUP Rack

Magma Dock Mounted Over-The-Water Kayak/SUP Rack
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Dock Mounted Over-The-Water Kayak/SUP Rack

No more lugging around your heavy kayak or paddleboard after a long day on the water. With Magma's Kayak/SUP Storage Rack System your problems are solved.

Building the rack system is simple; start with the base rack, R10-1003-64, and purchase the specific arms separately that best fit your needs. Rack arms are constructed from 304 Mirror Polished Marine Grade Stainless Steel tubing and are available in either straight, 30" x 1-1/2" Dia., R10-1010-30, or 36" x 1-1/2" Dia., R10-1010-36, for Kayak's and water toys, or angled, 1" Dia., R10-1020, for SUP's / Board's. Fully assembled this rack holds up to 4 Kayaks and 5 SUP's or any combination of both.

The base rack is designed to be mounted directly to any dock. Constructed with 1-1/2" Dia. 304 Mirror Polished Marine Grade Stainless Steel tubing, each vertical uprights has adjustment holes spaced 2" apart for maximum storage capacity. Rack and components include pre-installed UV resistant polyethylene foam pads, Stainless Steel mounting / attachment fasteners, and stainless steel tie-down end loops for using securing straps or a cable lock to safely secure items in the rack.
Whether you're new to water sports or a seasoned veteran this rack system is a must have for every water activity enthusiast.

Features:
  • 100% 304 Mirror Polished 1-1/2" Dia. Marine Grade Stainless Steel Construction
  • Mounts to Any Dock Out Over the Water
  • Custom Build Your Rack Using Any Combination of Padded Straight Or SUP Arms
  • Arms Adjust Every 2 Inches to Maximize Storage Capacity
  • Rack Holds Up To 4 Kayaks Or 5 Or More SUPs Or Any Combination Of Water Toys You Require
  • Base Arms Include Stainless Steel Tie-Down Loops and Preinstalled UV Resistant Polyethylene Foam Pads
  • Includes Stainless Steel Dock Mounting Fasteners
  • Straight or SUP Arms Sold Separately (Arms Sold In Pairs)
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Magma Dock Mounted Over-The-Water Kayak/SUP Rack R10-1003-64 MAGMA DOCK MOUNTED OVER WATER KAYAK / SUP STORAGE RACK
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