Rhino Rack Folding J Style Kayak Carrier
SKU: SCR ROF1964
The Folding J Style Kayak Carrier transports your watercraft on it's side to minimise width, allowing other sporting equipment or luggage carriers to be mounted on the roof rack system of most vehicles. With this fully adjustable system you are now able to flatten the carrier when not in use. The advantage here is now you can enter height-limited areas such as car parks, where you may have been restricted with other kayak carriers. Kit includes 2 cradles. Fitting directly to the Rhino Aero crossbar, the screw to tighten mechanism is quick and easy. The Folding J Style Kayak Carrier will also fit to the Rhino Heavy Duty crossbars, with the use of the KC-FK8 Fitting Kit, and the Euro crossbars with the use of the KC-FK10 Fitting Kit. There is also a Fitting Kit KC-FK9 to attach the Kayak Carrier to the Rola Rack and old Commercial bars.
* Rubber tube padding protection.
* Stainless steel hardware included.
* Steel tube with state of the art coating protection.
* Product will come completely assembled. (Just remove from box and install on roof racks)
* Universal mounting system to suit all cross bar shapes.
* 4 straps included in the kit. (2 x padded 3 metre kayak straps and 2 x 5.5 metre Rhino-Rack tie-down straps)
* Attached cradle for holding paddles.
* S512X Extension piece works perfectly with this product for carrying two kayaks back to back!
Our warranties explained - In plain English.
We have a lot of people asking us questions about our warranties so it's a good idea we clear some misguided information about them. If you didn't read it from this page it's not true.
IN SUMMARY: If your lifetime warranty product breaks anytime we'll replace it (or refund it)
Most of the time its the customers (installers) fault. Hold on.....what??
A case study: A customer named Peter came to us and bought an SCR320 turbo for his daily Nissan Safari TD42. Peter brought only the turbo from us and not our turbo line kit and dropped it off at his trusty mechanic. His mechanic assured him "I've installed 100s of turbo's, I know exactly what I'm doing". Well, the mechanic didn't. And shortly after the turbo seized and Peter came back to us for a warranty. After investigating it turned out the mechanic installed the oil line to the alternator (not the best place for it), pointed the line kit up (restricting easy oil flow) and used an oil line about the size of a baby's straw! Totally oil deprived the turbo seized. To be clear: Turbo's need a ton of oil! So Peter obviously was pissed at his mechanic and bought a new turbo off us (discounted of course), our turbo line kit and installed it properly into the sump. 100,000km later running high boost no issues what so ever. He was so impressed he got three of his mates to buy the same setup and ended spending another 4k with us.
Verdict - We always test our limited warranties out. Most of the time any issue is from dodgy work. But anything genuine we always back the customer up.
If you want a list of companies that install product properly, head over to our workshops we recommend page.
For more of that technical information head over to our terms and conditions page.
For any general customer, service questions head over to our customer service page.
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