- Jun 29, 2021
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Upside down is better anyway. I had a friend that had his kayak fill with water during a surprise thunderstorm. It's good he discovered it and pulled off the road when he did. That's a lot of weight sloshing around.This would help get it started! I will still want something on the back bar as our kayaks are almost shorter than our van. Thank you. We usually tie everything into the inside of the kayaks all the life jackets and paddles and such so they need to go on upside down, and then tie the wheels on the back of the whole thing. But that should not be to much of a problem.....