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Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long

Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long

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These foam blocks let you carry your kayak on your roof rack crossbars or on your naked roof. They provide a safe surface between your vehicle and watercraft. Included straps and car clips ensure that your kayak stays in place during transport. Lowest Prices for the best watersport carriers from Rightline Gear. Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long part number RL100K10 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Rightline Gear Watersport Carriers - RL100K10

  • Kayak
  • Roof Mount Carrier
  • Foam Blocks
  • Aero Bars
  • Elliptical Bars
  • Factory Bars
  • Naked Roofs
  • Round Bars
  • Square Bars
  • Rightline Gear
  • Non-Locking

These foam blocks let you carry your kayak on your roof rack crossbars or on your naked roof. They provide a safe surface between your vehicle and watercraft. Included straps and car clips ensure that your kayak stays in place during transport.


Features:

  • 2 Foam blocks let you carry a kayak on the roof of your vehicle
    • Removable inserts let you attach blocks directly to roof rack crossbars
  • V-shaped blocks keep kayak steady
  • Rubber guards keep blocks in place during loading and protect your roof from scratches and scuffs
  • Load straps secure kayak and blocks to your vehicle
    • 2 End straps with car clips secure foam blocks to your vehicle's door frame
    • 2 Lock straps secure kayak to foam blocks
    • Straps not required to run through inside of vehicle
  • 2 Bow-stern tie-downs anchor kayak to your vehicle
  • Quick and easy installation on vehicles with a naked roof and most crossbar styles


Specs:

  • Application: naked roofs and round, square, aero, elliptical, and most factory crossbars
  • Carrying capacity: 1 kayak
  • Foam block dimensions (each): 14-3/4" long x 4" wide x 3-1/2" tall
  • Height at center of block: 3"
  • Lock strap length: 9' long
  • End strap length: 12" long
  • Weight (each): 1 lb
  • 1-Year warranty


Foam block dimensions



100K10 Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs and Car Clips - Foam-Block-Style - Roof Mount - 1 Kayak

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Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style - 14-3/4" Long - RL100K10

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

These foam blocks let you carry your kayak on your roof rack crossbars or on your naked roof. They provide a safe surface between your vehicle and watercraft. Included straps and car clips ensure that your kayak stays in place during transport.

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Ask the Experts about this Rightline Gear Watersport Carriers

  • Kayak Carriers For 2019 Honda CRV
    First, you'll need a roof rack. You can use the Rola Rail Extreme RBE Series Roof Rack # R4002 if you have flush mounted rails on your 2019 Honda CR-V. If you have a naked roof you need the Thule WingBar Evo Crossbars # TH711420 the Evo Clamp Feet for Thule Crossbars # TH710501 and the Fit Kit for Thule Evo Clamp Roof Rack Feet # TH145046. Two of the Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier # RL100K10 will work with the WingBar Evo and Rola Rail Extreme Crossbars! It will do just fine on the highway...
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  • Will Rightline Foam Block Kayak Carrier Fit on 2015 Subaru Outback Wagon Factory Crossbars
    The Rightline Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs Foam Block Style # RL100K10 referenced in your question are compatible with most factory crossbars. Based on my research, it looks like the factory crossbars on your 2015 Subaru Outback Wagon have compatible dimensions so there should be no problem with the foam blocks fitting. These foam blocks can also attach to a naked roof if needed. The Kayak Carrier itself doesn't have a listed weight capacity, however I recommend checking the capacity...
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  • Options for Carrying 2 Kayaks on a 2012 Volkwagen Jetta without a Roof Rack
    I have a solution for you, however, there are a few things we want to look at before we can determine exactly what you need to carry both of your kayaks. The first step to take before carrying any kayaks or cargo on the roof of your 2012 Volkswagen Jetta is to find the weight capacity of the roof. A Volkswagen dealer may be able to provide this information since your vehicle did not come with a factory roof rack. Exceeding the weight capacity of your roof could damage the vehicles roof. The...
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  • Recommended Foam Block Kayak Carrier For Jeep Wrangler With Kargo Master Top Carrier
    We have a carrier option that may be just what you are looking for. I recommend the Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs, part # RL100K10. This system will fit nearly any type crossbars. It features foam blocks that are 14-3/4 inches long along with straps with buckles to secure the kayak to the vehicle and ropes with S-hooks that can be used to secure the bow and stern of your kayak during transport.
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  • Where Can the Bow and Stern on a Kayak be Tied Down to On a 2010 Ford Mustang GT
    Yes, I can help you out no problem. You can use the Quick Loops, # TH530. Close the cylinder part in the trunk or hood (or both) and leave the strap part sticking out. Instant tie down point and they will not damage your 2010 Ford Mustang GT. I have included a link to a video review of these Quick Loops for you.
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  • Roof Rack and Kayak Carrier Recommendation for a 2010 Honda Fit
    Unless you plan to only carry the kayak once or twice I wouldn't recommend a foam block setup as they aren't the most secure. Instead you would want to use a roof rack and kayak carrier like the Hullaport part # TH834. The straps for this go from the roof rack and carrier around the kayaks. The Rola Roof Rack part # 59756 is a confirmed fit for your vehicle and would be a great option for that as well.
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  • Kayak Carrier Recommendation for a 5th Wheel Trailer Roof
    I am going to assume that the roof of your 5th wheel trailer does not have any type of roof rack on it. In that case you would need to either add one or use one of the carriers designed for a naked roof. The easiest way to go would be a carrier designed for a naked roof. The Rightline Gear Foam Kayak Block, # RL100K10, is a kit that will fit on a naked roof. With this kit, you would place the blocks on the roof, place the kayak on the blocks, and then the whole thing is held in place...
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  • How Far Can Kayaks Be Carried Using the Foam Blocks for Naked Roof Set-Up at Highway Speeds?
    With your SnugTop camper shell on your 2007 Toyota Tacoma, the ability to use a kayak carrier at highway speeds depends on the carrier used. The Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - Foam Block Style # RL100K10 is not recommended for highway use unless used with a roof rack utilizing the integrated grooves in the foam blocks. The foam by itself can be used to transport kayaks, but it is not recommended for highway speeds. To safely transport your kayaks on your vehicle, I recommend...
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  • Recommended Cost-Effective Kayak Carrier for Use on Fiberglass Truck Topper
    If you want to be really cost-conscious you can skip the roof rack entirely and simply use one of our foam block type kayak carriers on your truck's topper. These are designed for transporting kayaks on vehicles that do not have a roof rack of any type. All such carriers can be seen on the linked page; one bargain-priced example is the Righline Gear # RL100K10. Advantages of foam carriers include price (as stated) but also very light weight (which saves your topper's weight capacity...
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  • Recommended Kayak Carrier for 2015 Ram 1500 Quad Cab Towing Travel Trailer
    I can offer you a simple and very cost-effective option for transporting your kayak on your 2015 Ram 1500 Quad cab. Foam block type kayak carriers (shown on the linked page) offer a powerful combination of virtues: they are inexpensive, lightweight, fast and easy to install and remove and they require no permanent mods to your truck. For instance, Righline Gear offers their 1-kayak carrier system # RL100K10 and SportRack also an adjustable version # SR5527 that fits kayaks of various...
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  • Recommendation for Carrying a 12 ft Kayak on a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
    If you do not have a roof rack on your 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Track, then you could use the Rightline Gear Foam-Block-Style Kayak Carrier, # RL100K10, that you referenced to mount the kayak directly to your roof. I would recommend carrying your 12 ft kayak on a roof rack because a roof rack will provide more space between the roof of your vehicle and your kayak and limit the possibility of your kayak or vehicle being damaged while loading and unloading. We have many different roof...
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  • Securing the Bow of a Kayak or Canoe on a Ford Edge
    Securing the front tie down for a kayak or canoe under the hood is common. Thule offers the Hood Loops, # TH529, and Quick Loops, # TH530, so you do not have to attach the hook directly to the edge of the hood. I would strongly recommend using these products. You can also use them for your rear hatch if you do not have a strong attachment point for the stern tie down. I have attached a demonstration video for you to check out.
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  • Recommended Roof Rack And Kayak Carrier For 2007 Honda Civic 4 Door
    For an economical option that will fit your 2007 Honda Civic, I recommend the Rightline Gear Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs, part # RL100K10. This system uses foam blocks and includes the straps and tie-downs needed to secure your kayak to the roof of your vehicle.
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  • Can 2 Sets of Foam Block Kayak Carriers Be Used for 2 Kayaks on a Ford Ranger with Camper Shell
    Two sets of the foam blocks, # RL100K10, would be a great idea. It fits just what you want: an inexpensive way to transport kayaks infrequently. Plus you can put the blocks on just about anything including the camper shell on your truck. But your camper shell will need to either have windows through which to route the straps to secure the kayak or you will need to secure the straps to an alternate place on the truck. Make sure that the combined weight of the kayaks does not exceed the...
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  • Do Straps Connect to Door Frame on Rightline Gear Foam Kayak Carrier
    The Rightline Gear Foam-Block-Style Kayak Carrier, # RL100K10, has straps with clips that are designed to fit your door frames on your 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon. I have included a video which shows the cam straps as they will appear when connect to the door jamb.
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  • Can 2 Kayaks be Placed on the SportRack Foam Block Kayak Carrier on a 2007 Toyota Highlander
    You would only use 1 kayak per foam block carrier, # RL100K10. Stacking them on top of each other would cause some clearance and wind drag issues and could damage the kayaks. The blocks are not wide enough to stack kayaks side by side. You would need 2 of the foam block systems to secure 2 kayaks. Be sure to consult the vehicle owners manual or Toyota for the capacity of the roof so you do not exceed it. If your Highlander has a roof rack or you want other options for kayak carriers,...
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  • Will Two Sets of the SportRack Foam Block Kayak Carriers Allow Two Kayaks on Roof of 2009 VW GTI
    The blocks measure 14-3/4 inches wide, but the ability to carry two kayaks on your roof will depend on many factors including the width of the kayaks and the available width of the roof or the load bars of the roof rack being used. The weight capacity of the vehicle roof or roof rack also needs to be considered. Generally speaking, 53 inches of available width is necessary to accommodate two kayaks side by side on a vehicle roof. If the flat portion of your roof or the length of the...
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  • Recommended Kayak Carrier for 2005 Lincoln Town Car with Naked Roof
    I may have a solution for you, however there is not currently a roof rack system available that is compatible with your 2005 Lincoln Town Car. To transport your kayak on your vehicle, I recommend looking at the Rightline Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs # RL100K10 . This foam block kit will allow you to carry a single kayak on the naked roof (no crossbars or rails) of your Lincoln Town Car. The blocks will provide a safe surface for the vehicle and kayak, and tie-down straps are included...
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  • Transporting 2 Kayaks On A 2004 Honda CR-V
    You are going to need a roof rack system to carry your kayaks, I have what you need! For the roof rack you'll need the Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero Crossbars # RRVA126B-2 the RCH Legs for Rhino-Rack Crossbars # RRRCH4 and the Custom RCP Fit Kit # RRRCP01-BK. Then you could get two sets of Rightline Gear Foam Block Kayak Carriers # RL100K10. These come with all the straps you need to tie everything down! I've included some videos to help you install!
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  • Recommended Foam Blocks for Kayaks to go with the Rola Rail Extreme DFE Series Roof Rack
    I have all of the foam blocks for carrying kayaks attached to this answer page. I can give you a more specific answer if you let me know which roof rack you are looking at? It was is unclear which one from the quest that you asked.
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  • Will the Foam Blocks From the Rightline Kayak Carrier Fit Yakima JetStream Crossbars
    Yes, the Rightline Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs # RL100K10 will work with naked roofs and round, square, aero, elliptical, and most factory crossbars. The Yakima JetStream Crossbars, like part # Y00426, have a normal Aero shape to them so they will be compatible with the foam blocks.
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  • Recommended Canoe Carrier for 2011 GMC Yukon
    I prefer the flexibility and affordability of a block system like the Righline Gear # RL100K10. This system will allow you to carry a canoe regardless of whether it has a roof rack with cross bars or not. All securing straps and bow and stern tie-down cables are included, but I would recommend you take a look at the Thule Quick Loops, part # TH530. The quick loops offer an easy and secure way of securing the bow and stern of the canoe. Simply shut the end of the loop in the hood or trunk,...
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  • Foam Block and Saddle Style Roof Rack Kayak Carrier Recommendations for a 2007 Toyota 4Runner
    If you decide on foam blocks with tie downs the Rightline Gear Foam-Block-Style Kayak Carrier, # RL100K10, would work great on your 2007 Toyota 4Runner. This system includes basic tie downs for the front and back of the kayak. I would recommend adding attachment points like the Thule Hood Loops, # TH529 to secure the front and rear tie downs. You may also want to check out the Thule Quick Draw Ratchet-Rope Tie Down System, # TH855XT. This system makes tying down the bow and stern much...
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  • Recommended Roof Rack for 2014 Dodge Durango and Pop-Up Camper to Carry a Kayak
    There are no roof rack options for the 2014 Dodge Durango that just has side rails. But I do have a solution for you that will allow you to carry the kayak. You could use a foam block set, # RL100K10. If the rails are raised (if there is a gap between the bottoms of the rails and the roof) you could tie off the straps to the rails. For the pop-up camper you can use roof rack # S80510 which attaches directly to the top of the roof so drilling is required. The foam blocks could potentially...
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  • Will Foam-Block Kayak Carrier Fit Naked Roof of 2012 Kia Forte
    The Rightline Gear Foam Block Rooftop Kayak Carrier # RL100K10 will fit a wide range of vehicles, both those with naked roofs and those with factory or aftermarket roof crossbars. Its fit to your 2012 Kia Forte and its clearance for the antenna will be a function of the specific vehicle model you have (Koup, Koup SX, EX, SX or LX) but also of the type and size of your kayak. You will want to refer to your vehicle owners manual to confirm the weight capacity for the vehicle roof to ensure...
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  • Will 2 Sets of Universal Foam Block Rooftop Kayak Carriers Fit on a 2000 Jeep Wrangler
    The Universal Foam Blocks, # RL100K10, measure 14-3/4 inches long so there is space on the roof of your 2000 Jeep Wrangler to place 2 sets. However, what is going to be the limiting factor is the width of the kayaks because the center of the kayak needs to set in the center of the foam blocks. I looked up the Sun Dolphin Aruba 10 online and it has a width of 30 inches. When placed side by side the width overall would be 60 inches. This will put the centers of the foam blocks 30 inches...
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  • Roof Rack and Kayak Carrier for a 1995 Lexus LS400
    I did some checking and no one makes a custom fit or semi-custom fit roof rack for your 1995 Lexus LS 400. But you could use 2 of the Darby Turbo rack # DTA968. It uses a strap ran through the interior of the vehicle to secure the bar to the roof. For a kayak carrier I recommend Rhino-Rack J-style carrier # S510. It has a 99 pound weight capacity so it can handle the 55 pound kayak with ease. It also comes with bow and stern tie downs and additional straps to secure the kayak to the roof.
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  • Kayak Carrier for 2009 Honda Accord Without Roof Rack
    Yes, the Rightline Gear Foam-Block-Style Kayak Carrier # RL100K10 will work well for your 2009 Honda Accord. A really nice feature of these blocks is that if you decide to install crossbars in the future, these blocks will also fit on most style crossbars. I would also recommend these Thule Quick Loops # TH530. The quick loops get closed inside your hood and trunk to provide an easy tie down place to secure the bow and stern of your kayak. This eliminates the need to find a place to...
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  • Roof Rack and Kayak Carrier Recommendation for 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe with Sun Roof
    Vehicles like your 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe with its large glass sunroof can pose a challenge to transporting large items such as a pair of kayaks. We do offer a range of different types of kayak carriers, ones that require a rack and ones that do not, but it is unlikely that any of them will allow you to open/close your sun roof with the rack and/or kayak carriers in place. It is a good idea to first check your owner's manual for any indications as to the Santa Fe's rooftop weight bearing...
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  • Paddleboard carrier Recommendations for a 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
    The foam block carriers like # RL100K10 are fine for a short trip and infrequent use. If that matches what you require then you can certainly use it with your 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe. If you will be taking longer trips and/or transporting the paddleboard frequently I recommend using a roof rack such as Rhino Rack's Vortex Aero using # RRVA137B-2 for the crossbars and # RRSX032 for the SRB Legs. Then you can use an inexpensive carrier to protect the paddleboard such as # RRRWP03. The...
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