Storing your outdoor equipment just got a lot easier. This rack capable of storing 8 watercraft is a one spot stop that allows trouble-free access to Kayaks, Canoes, and Standup Paddle boards. No matter where the location, the classic look of log racks will be a welcome addition to any home or backyard.
Every rack is hand-built out of Northern White Cedar logs straight from Michigan. This species of wood is known to have the best weather-resistance against the toughest conditions of every season thanks to its natural oils. No rotting from wet snowy conditions in winter, resistant to cracking from intense heat in the summer, and tolerant to insects when they start coming out in the spring. This lumber is highly stable and won’t begin to warp or sag over time. Cedar is the number one choice when it comes to outdoor storage.
You can have peace of mind knowing your watercraft is supported by arms that are capable of holding up to 100lbs, thanks to precision craftsmanship. Each vertical post and foot of the rack are 4 and 5/8 inches in diameter and each arm is 3 inches in diameter. This rack stands at arms height, making even the top section easy to lift a kayak or canoe in or out of. Reinforced by glue, bolts, and galvanized screws, this one is built to last.
You have the option of 3 different finish preferences. You can pick from canyon brown, natural, or sanded finish (you can make a DIY project out of it.) Using an outdoor-friendly sealant is the best-added protection against splintering, scratches, and weather conditions. However, if you decide on no finish at all, it will gradually weather into a gray or silver shade.
- 80” high
- 84” deep
- 77” wide
- 40" arm length
- 15” between arm levels
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What assembly is required? Tools needed?+ Show Answer
Since these racks are so large we need to ship them flat-packed, so there is some assembly required. All the pieces are cut and pre-drilled for you so you simply have to put them together and secure them.
There are really only two tools needed:
1. A rubber mallet (or hammer with a small block off wood to prevent damaging your new rack)
2. A cordless drill with a 1/4" chuck (which is prettt standard for most drills.)
Overall it's a pretty simple process and all the bits are provided for you to screw the hardware in.
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