Choosing the right Toyota Tundra Kayak Rack can be a difficult decision. There are many different options and brands to choose from, so it’s important to do your research before you commit to one. To help make this process easier, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best Toyota tundra Kayak Racks on the market today.
Best 5 Toyota Tundra Kayak Racks
1. YAKIMA HD Heavy Duty Crossbar
Sometimes, getting a kayak or two up to your roof is just easier said than done. The Yakima HD Heavy Duty Crossbar can help you get the job done in no time. Our rugged black construction with integrated tie-down points helps lash things down as tight and safe as possible. And its durable powder coat finish will stand up to any abuse that you plan on giving it – because let’s face it, if we’re talking kayaks, they’re probably going to take some falls from time-to-time!
Aluminum is used in the making of this crossbar for superior strength and durability, while still having a lightweight build that won’t break your back. The new HD crossbars from YAKIMA are tough and versatile. Built for action, they’re strong, lightweight, and durable with a black powder-coat finish. These crossbars handle what you throw at them–no matter how big or heavy-duty the job is, done right it’s all in a day’s work. Even better? The integrated tie down points provide easy cargo securing while simplifying load security.
2. Thule TracRac TracOne Truck Rack
A Thule truck rack, the perfect option if you’re always on the go. With our robust, aerodynamic design and a durable aluminum shell, this rack will securely hold up to 800 pounds. At only 29 inches high, installing comes easy with drill-free mounting that offers increased stability and uncompromising flexibility. Thule truck racks are very durable and can carry a variety of loads safely. Aluminum load stops adjust to the width of your truck, while wind deflectors provide aerodynamics and noise-reducing qualities that make this rack quieter than others.
3. AA-Racks Aluminum Truck Bed Rack
We’ve all had a time or two where we need to move something large (or heavy like a standard size kayak) and the items don’t fit into our car. We just gave up, didn’t we? Well, not anymore! Meet AA-Racks Aluminum Truck Bed Rack: Custom Adjust Height means that your product is suitable for gear of all shapes and sizes – whatever it may be! Versatility is maximized with this product’s impressive weight capacity which is currently pegged at 450 lbs.
Crafted from high quality materials like an aluminum and powder-coated paint, it will securely hold gear of all shapes and sizes without weighing down your vehicle or scratching delicate surfaces. Best of all, they don’t need any drilling or hassle – simply clamp them onto any full size pickup!
4. Stark Universal Truck Rack
The Stark Universal Truck Racks is a practical way to transport long items securely while making sure your precious cargo stays where it belongs. Secured with two straps and universal mounting clamps, these truck racks will fit perfectly on any vehicle because they are all one size.
Our tough steel construction can hold 1000 lbs evenly distributed across both racks and installed correctly, so there’s no need for worry when transporting delicate equipment like bicycles or kayaks on top. Furthermore, this rack has pre-drilled mounting points that will fit any model of truck universally with our simple installation clamps included; so it’s guaranteed to work with whatever vehicle you drive!
5. Apex Aluminum Universal Truck Rack
Road-tripping is convenient with the Apex Aluminum Universal Truck Rack on your backside. Its adjustable crossbars allow you to fit any size truck bed and it’s easy installation will leave more time for exploring the outside world. Built with high-strength aluminum, the anodized finish resists corrosion which means worry-free travel. It can hold up to 800lbs evenly distributed across its sturdy bars and has an adjustable system that will fit just about any truck bed out there. This high-quality truck rack is lightweight, corrosion-resistant and fully adjustable (and no drill installation).
Arthur G. Moore is a veteran paddler. He has over 10 years of whitewater kayaking experience in his kitty. When he was young, he used to love kayaking in rapid III and rapid IV but as time went on, he decided to concentrate mainly on covering long distances on a standard touring kayak. He is currently working as a senior editor for Kayak Manual.