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SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier - Adjustable

SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier - Adjustable

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Carry a variety of kayaks on most roof-rack configurations, including naked roofs, with this premium, block-style carrier. Foam blocks slide along bars to adjust for various hull sizes, and straps allow you to attach the kit directly to your vehicle. Lowest Prices for the best watersport carriers from SportRack. SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier - Adjustable part number SR5527 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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SportRack Watersport Carriers

  • Kayak
  • Roof Mount Carrier
  • SportRack
  • Foam Blocks
  • Aero Bars
  • Factory Bars
  • Naked Roofs
  • Round Bars
  • Square Bars
  • Elliptical Bars
  • Side Loading
  • No Load Assist
  • Non-Locking

Carry a variety of kayaks on most roof-rack configurations, including naked roofs, with this premium, block-style carrier. Foam blocks slide along bars to adjust for various hull sizes, and straps allow you to attach the kit directly to your vehicle.


Features:

  • Fully adjustable foam blocks can be positioned to accommodate a full range of kayak widths (16" to 24" spacing)
  • Non-skid underside helps protect vehicle finish
  • Includes 2 straps to secure foam and bars to vehicle
  • Includes bow and stern tie downs to ensure kayak is secured to vehicle
  • Holds 1 kayak
  • No drilling required


SR5527 SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier - Adjustable

Item # SR5527





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Video Transcript for SportRack Foam Block Rooftop Kayak Carrier Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Sport Rack Foam Block Rooftop Kayak Carrier, part number SR5527. This kayak rack will allow you to carry up to one kayak on the roof of our vehicle. It even works really well with naked roofs. These foam blocks can slide up and down this black cross bar here accommodating different roof styles and kayak sizes. On the bottom side of these foam blocks is an anti-skid pad so that when the bar is tightened down to the roof, it's going to not slide back and forth or move when you're transporting your kayak. It accommodates a variety of roof styles and sizes and also a variety of styles of kayaks and sizes. The blocks here are a nice soft foam, so that's going to cushion your kayak and provide ultimate protection when you're traveling down the road.

This kit does include straps that'll secure the kayak to the rack, and also straps that are going to secure the bow and stern of your kayak to the vehicle. No drilling is required for this kayak rack. Now we'll go ahead and show you how to install it. To begin our installation we're first going to take the blue strap and insert it into the open end of our bar. We'll go ahead and pull a little bit through.

Then what we can do is just open the door of our car, throw the strap over. We're just going to make sure that this buckle doesn't hit the paint when we're placing the bar on our roof. Now you'll notice here that there's a pad on the bottom, this nice rubber pad and that's going to help grip the roof of the vehicle so that the carrier doesn't kind of twist or slide back and forth. Then what we'll need to do is we'll just go ahead and insert the blue strap into our rear bar as well. Now that we've got both blue straps through the openings of the bar, now we'll just kind of make sure that both of the bars are in line with each other. The gap right here, I'm just going to make sure that when we set the kayak onto the rack, that the kayak is straight and in line with the roof.

Now you can notice here that the pads move back and forth along the bar. What that's going to do is that's just going to accommodate different slopes and arches of different kind of roofs, so that way you can get the majority of the pad surface on the roof. Now with that done, we'll go ahead and move to the inside of the vehicle where we're going to connect the two ends of the strap. We'll just push down on this little tab on our silver cam buckle and insert the end of our strap in the buckle. Now when you're tightening it, you just want to make sure that the bar still stays in the position in which you had it before. Pull this tight.

We'll just go ahead and repeat the same process for the front bar. Now you can see with the strap running through here at the top of the door seam. When we shut the door it's actually going to create even a tighter hold on the roof. Now we'll go ahead and show you how to load up a kayak. Now for today's demonstration the vehicle that we're using does have a small antennae here at the back and it looks like it's going to interfere with us loading our kayak. I'm just going to simply remove it by untwisting it. Now we'll go ahead and lift the kayak up. Place it onto our roof. Slowly drop it down. Then we can go ahead and make our adjustment, making sure the majority of the pad is on the hull side of the kayak. Trying to get it as centered as possible. Make sure that the majority of the surface area of the pad is touching the kayak. We'll take the end of the red strap with the silver cam buckle and throw it onto our kayak making sure it doesn't slam into your roof. Then we'll bring the other end, on the underside of our black bar and we'll throw this end on the roof as well. We'll repeat the same process for our other strap. We'll then take the end without the cam buckle to go around the bar again. Bring the strap back up. Feed it through the slot and this leather protective pad, which is going to rest on the kayak to protect the surface of the kayak from any scratches or abrasions. Then we'll go ahead and insert the end through the cam buckle and pull it tight. I'm just going to get it snug and then do the back strap next. Now that we've got both straps in place we can go ahead and tighten them down all the way. Then we'll just go ahead and tie off the excess strap. Now we're ready to install our bow and stern straps. What we're going to do is we're going to be using the Thule Quick Loops, part number TH530, which we're going to secure the bow and stern of the kayak to the quick loops. Then here at the rear we'll go ahead and use the trunk. Now since we don't have a lot of space here between our quick loop and the end of the kayak, we're just going to use the black strap and just simply tie it off. Then we'll just go ahead and tie off the excess strap and move to the front to secure the front of the kayak. Then we'll just go ahead and tie off the excess strap. That'll complete today's review of the Sport Rack Roof Mounted Foam Block Kayak Carrier, part number SR5527. .


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SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier - Adjustable - SR5527

Average Customer Rating:  3.9 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

Carry a variety of kayaks on most roof-rack configurations, including naked roofs, with this premium, block-style carrier. Foam blocks slide along bars to adjust for various hull sizes, and straps allow you to attach the kit directly to your vehicle.

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It is just what I needed for the CR-V and has been exactly as you described the product
Richard - 03/28/2019

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Works very well. I will only use on short trips. I'm not a fan of the straps rubbing on the car. I need to invest in roof rails for longer trips. 828741



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Not very practical and a pain to put on and take off. It does the job I guess. 369390



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It's reliable and very easy to install. Trapped several different kayaks onto roof and driven long distance at top speed and no issue with kayak getting loose or moving around. 365680



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I have a 2013 Toyota Corolla this works perfect and holds our kayak secure in place. Lucky we do not have to drive on the highway or I would need more permanent stands. Thank you for inventing this for people like me without an SUV 359470



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For the price, the foam roof rack has done a good job. Be ready to take some time to tie things down. The straps however are easy to strap down with the locking mechanism. Be sure to twist straps to avoid buzzing sound when cruising down the highway. Had to use duct tape to create folds to stop the flapping even after twisting. I'm a satisfied customer! :) 270396



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This is a terrible product. I only carry a kayak a few times a year, so I was looking for an inexpensive way instead of spending more for the mount than I did for the kayak. The first problem was the straps that are provided to go around the kayak were too short. My kayak is 31" wide - had to buy more. The second, and most significant problem is - you can't use this product in the rain. The straps that go through the vehicle compress the seals around the doors. When it rains, rain runs down the straps and POURS in. I was caught in the rain 200 miles from home with no way to get under cover. The headliner in my truck is permanently watermarked now. etrailer did a great job getting these to me quickly, but they really shouldn't be selling junk. 248332



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Works perfectly. I didn't feel like spending a lot of money on a roof rack at this point in my life so this fits the bill. The roof on my Honda is a little weak so it buckles when I go over big bumps, just take it slow. 202338


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    In order to carry more than one kayak on any vehicle, you will need to carry them both on their side, so you'll need to use a kayak carrier that holds them in this manner. These types of carriers require a roof rack with crossbars on the vehicle. For your 2018 Hyundai Elantra sedan with a naked roof and/or your 2014 Hyundai Tucson with a naked roof, I recommend the the Rhino-Rack Roof Rack. The great news is that you can use the same crossbars # RRVA126B-2 and legs # RRRLKVA, but of...
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  • Will SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier Work With 2013 VW Beetle
    Yes, the SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier # SR5527 will work on your 2013 VW Beetle to carry your kayak. This carrier is a very good option as an economical way for you to transport your kayak with your Beetle. The straps will go through the doors on your car and is tightened with a cam buckle. This SportRack carrier even has bow and stern tie-downs to secure your kayak. I have added a link to a video showing the installation of this carrier for you to check out. The only...
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    The SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier - Adjustable # SR5527 is an economic way to transport a kayak on a naked roof but it isn't the most ideal for highway travel. My recommendation for your naked roof is to us the Rola Sport Series Roof Rack with GTX Mounting System for Naked Roofs # 59759 and then use the Malone MegaWing Sit-On-Top Kayak Carrier with Tie-Downs - V-Style - Clamp On # MPG207 designed for use with fishing kayaks that are a little heavier and wider than traditional...
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  • How to Carry 2 Kayaks On Roof of 2013 Prius V
    You will not have to install a roof rack to use SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier # SR5527 on your 2013 Toyota Prius V. This type of carrier offers the critical advantage of being very light in weight, which means that almost none of your roof's capacity will be lost to the carrier itself. This unit will accept kayak widths from 16-to-24-inches. Most likely two kayaks will put you very near your roof's maximum weight capacity, so I recommend that before you load your kayaks you...
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  • Can SportRack # SR5527 Foam Block Kayak Carrier Accommodate 31 Inch Wide Tarpon 100 Kayak
    You'd be better off using a carrier like the Rightline Gear # RL100K10. The # SR5527 you asked about is best used with kayaks up to 24 inches wide because the crossbars it uses aren't very long. The # RL100K10 doesn't depend on crossbars, so it would work well for your kayak. I'd recommend you speak with your dealer to see if there's a listed weight capacity for your vehicle roof. If there is, make sure the weight of your kayak doesn't exceed that capacity. The carrier includes straps...
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  • Recommendation for Transporting a Kayak with a 2010 Toyota Venza
    The SportRack Foam Block Kayak Carrier # SR5527 will work on your 2010 Toyota Venza without a roof rack. This style carrier is only equipt to adjust to a max length of 24 inches wide which may not be the best option for you kayak. To fit your 34 inch wide Kayak, I would recommend the Rhino Rack # RRVA126B-2, # RRRLKVA, and # DK114 Roof Rack System and Yakima Rooftop Canoe Carrier # Y04069 for your setup, it's a relatively inexpensive solution for your needs.
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    Foam block kayak carriers like the adjustable SportRack # SR5527 are a great option for vehicles without a roof rack. They are very light in weight, cost-effective, and easy to put on and take off. They do not really differ much in terms of scratch potential; the key factor there is getting the bottom of the foam blocks and your car's roof very clean before installation. It is not the foam carrier, but rather any dirt trapped between it and the car, that could cause scratches. On a 1000-mile...
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  • Best Inexpensive Kayak Rack Recommendation for 2018 Hyundai Tucson
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  • Kayak Carrier Recommendation for Vehicle with Naked Roof
    We have a SportRack kayak carrier part # SR5527 that was designed to fit on naked roofs like what you have that won't require a roof rack installed. It's a really easy and cost-effective way to transport a kayak. I attached a review video for more info on it as well.
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  • Kayak Carrier for 2019 Honda Ridgeline with Naked Roof
    For a naked roof kayak carrier solution the best option is the SportRack Foam Block Carrier part # SR5527. It clamps to your vehicle through the windows and then the kayaks attach to the front and rear of the vehicle. I attached a review video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • How to Determine if the Roof of a Vehicle Can Carry a Kayak
    To determine if you can carry kayaks on the roof of your 2013 Toyota Corolla you will want to check the owners manual to determine the roof weight capacity. As long as you have the weight capacity for the weight of your kayaks the SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier # SR5527 that you referenced would work well for you. As you mentioned you would not want to have the kayak's weight on the moonroof at all.
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  • Could Two of the SportRack Kayak Carrier SR5527 be Used on Vehicle Roof
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  • Will SportRack Foam Block Roof Kayak Carrier # SR5527 Fit a 2008 Chevy Cobalt 2-Door
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  • How Does the SportRack Kayak Carrier # SR5527 Attach to a Naked Roof on a 2010 Toyota Prius
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  • SportRack Kayak Roof Rack # SR5527 Recommendation for a 2011 Nissan Maxima
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  • Can Sportback Foam Block Kayak Carrier # 5527 work on 2009 Toyota Venza or 2012 Toyota Camry
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  • Fit of SportRack Watersport Carriers # SR5527 on 1997 Buick Park Avenue Ultimate
    The SportRack Foam Block Kayak Carrier you referred to, part # SR5527 would be an excellent choice for carrying your kayak with your Park Avenue. In addition to the foam block assembly, the kit includes the straps to fasten the blocks to the car, the straps to attach the kayak to the block assembly, and the bow and stern tie downs. The Thule Quick Loops you mentioned, part # TH530 would be an excellent addition. They'd provide a convenient place to attach the tie-downs without having...
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