Roof Rack Research Paper

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Aside from bikes and skis, the most popular item that needs to be transported with a roof rack is a boat. Kayaks, canoes, even surfboards are simply impossible to transport inside your vehicle. Compared to an alternative method of transpotation, such as a trailer, a roof rack is substantially cheaper and easier to use. The only problem: where do you start in selecting a roof water rack? What kind of boat will you carry? The first step in the selection process is determining what kind of boat you carry. Many water racks are designed specifically to transport a kayak, a canoe or even a surfboard. It should not come as a surprise that rack sizes and styles vary as much as the boats they carry so you can fine tune your rack to your specific needs rather easily. There are 4 basic styles of roof racks for boats: load assist carriers, saddle-style carriers, j-style carriers and stacker style carriers. All 4 types are available from the top 3 names in water racks: Thule, Yakima and Inno. Load Assist Water Racks First, on the higher end of things, are load assist racks which, as their name suggests, help you maneuver

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