- Y-frame design creates a top-of-vehicle system capable of carrying kayaks, canoes and other long boats
- Tilts down for easy loading
- Rust resistant matte black powdercoat
- Adjustable height to match your rooftop rack
- Combines with a pair of towers (or the Outdoorsman 300) and a set of crossbars to complete a top-of-vehicle system for your truck (crossbars sold separately)
- Can be secured to hitch receiver with optional HitchLock
- Fits 2” hitch
- Weight: 29.00 lbs
- Dimensions: L 72.00” x W 52.00” x H 72.00”
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Review by Jim Chesapeake
I bought Rain Gutter towers and a Dry Dock Rack for my 95 Bronco. Everything fit as advertised, but the crossbar clamps on the Dry Dock support arms are tilted, 3.5 degrees on one side and 5 degrees on the other. This makes the crossbar bend in an 's' shape. Otherwise, my Hully Rollers work fine and the Mako Saddles on the roof are very sturdy. I always double strap, but I worry about a bolt getting too much stress and having 4 grand worth of boat waving around. Try the bay if you come east.
works great with tonneau covered bed
Review by JC
I use the drydock system to haul a 15' cedar guide boat, a 12' wee lassie cedar strip canoe and 14' kevlar vermont fishing dory. This rack system is solid and when my boats are properly secured and the rack not over loaded (the weight limits are to be respected), I drive the highway with confidence that my boats will arrive at the lake safe and sound. My only criticism is that the hooks attached to the straps which secure the hitch-mounted Y mast to the bumper are not large enough to remain hooked to the bumper 100% of the time. It doesn't matter how tight you cinch down the straps after loading the boats, they tend to 'pop off' or 'slip their mooring' when you go over rough roads, driveway aprons or speed bumps that can make the suspension system in the truck flex and twist, thereby slackening the straps and releasing the hooks. When that happens, the hooks release from the bumper and the Y mast sways precariously in the wind, requiring a quick stop to reattach the strap hooks to the bumper. Aside from that, I am very satisfied with this system and would recommend it with a caution about the reliability of the Y mast straps staying put when off road.
Review by Jenny
Very sturdy once you have it tied down properly. We installed it on my 2010 GMC Yukon Denali. Did not have any problems with it. Fits it great.
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