R10-626CASE

Magma Rail Mounted Removable Kayak/SUP Rack - *Case of 3*

Magma Rail Mounted Removable Kayak/SUP Rack - *Case of 3*
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Rail Mounted Removable Kayak/SUP Rack - *Case of 3*

The Best & Safest Way to Stow Your Water Toys!

Features:

  • Extremely Strong Adjustable Arms for any size Kayak, SUP or water toy
  • Instantly Adjusts Without Tools to Fit Kayaks, SUPs, and Other Water Toys, Holds Up To 3 Standard SUPs
  • Folds Flat Along Rail When Not In Use or Easily Removes From Rail for Compact Storage Without Tools
  • 100% 304 Marine Grade, Mirror-Polished Stainless Steel
  • Fits Straight and Tapered, Vertical or Diagonal Rails from 7/8" (22 mm) to 1-1/2" (38 mm) Diameter
  • Great for Stanchions or Bow and Stern Pulpits
  • Each Arm Has (2) Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Rail Mounting Brackets and Stainless Steel Hardware
  • Rotates Out for Use
  • Folds Flat When Not In Use
  • Two Stainless Steel Tie Down Points on Each Arm
  • Instantly Adjust and Locks in Place with Just A Twist of the Knobs
  • Includes UV Resistant Polyethylene Foam Pads Over Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Tube
  • Made in the USA
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Magma Rail Mounted Removable Kayak/SUP Rack - *Case of 3* R10-626CASE MAGMA RAIL MOUNT KAYAK / SUP RACK *CASE OF 3*
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