THULE Style# 890000

Compass Carrier

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Item # 890000  



description
Versatile water sport carrier that can transport either kayaks or stand-up paddle boards with one system.
 
Features:
  • Multiple ways to carry: Single kayak in J-style or saddle configuration, two kayaks in stacker mode and up to two SUPs in saddle mode
  • Maximum protection of kayaks and stand-up paddle boards thanks to the thick rubber saddles and padded upright
  • Easily manage load straps while strapping down the kayaks using the integrated StrapCatch (two sets of load straps with BuckleBumpers and bow and stern tie downs included)
  • Quickly folds down flat when not in use for better aerodynamics
  • Fits all rack systems with the universal mounting hardware and quick to install with no tools required
  • Accommodates kayaks up to 36” wide and a maximum kayak weight of 130 lbs
Tech Specs:
  • Load capacity: 130 lb
  • Dimensions: 32 x 7 x 19 in
  • Weight: 20 lb
  • Rubber cover for strap buckle
  • Length of straps: 2x15'
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Good Concept JJ - May 15, 2021 I've installed and loaded kayaks on this rack multiple times, but do not own one. Its a good concept with one system to carry two kayaks, but is not as secure as I'd want want it to be. It holds one kayak great as a saddle. When positioning the uprights vertical, securing two kayaks is cumbersome. The saddle pads seem to be too short for kayaks to rest on securely. Having to balance the kayak on the rack before being able to get a strap around them is very hard to do by oneself. It may be practical for two narrow, low volume kayaks, but loading up anything recreational sized, it's not comfortable. Even with the kayaks tied down properly, I've heard feedback that the kayaks will slide and reposition in an unsafe manner. If you want to carry two or more kayaks, there are better racks out there.
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