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What are the roof racks called were they just attach to the door hinges? Im maybe getting a smaller car (toyota yaris) I already have a roof top carrier kit that has foam blocks and straps but I might opt to buy another yak for another person so now I would need to transport 2 kayaks or maybe get a 2 person canoe and the rack would make it all that much easier to get it strapped and ready to go.

another thing is would anybody like to trade a 2 person canoe for a brand new LIFETIME payette 9'8" sit in kayak? would like to be fishing with my gf or a buddy but still have portability when fishing alone

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Before you buy anything you really need to check out Yakima Racks.....easy to find their site or maybe a local dealer. Best, top quality and have been around a long time. Great people to work with and ready to explain products and help you get what you want.

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i see alot of thule racks for sale used on clist but how would you tell if they require cars with bars already or if they attatch to the door frames?

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Awww the ol' foam blocks. The scratches are still on my car....

Yakimas are excellent racks, as are Thule. I ended up picking a Thule because you don't need a stretch kit with you're using cradles (square bars). It ended up less expensive to go that route.

When I do it again I'll be getting the Aero bars. Way quieter.

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I use the Malone Handirack for my kayak (granted I have an older car) once I get my new car I will definitely be paying the extra dime to put on some Thule or Yakima racks.

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