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Old 04-20-2014   #11
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Dundee, Oregon
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I run a 48" round bar on my Subie, stackers are the way to go. J cradles look okay, but most of us have friends and we need to be able haul multiple kayaks. With a 48" bar, I can put to Diesel 70's sideXside and stack 2 more on top if need be. Most of the time I raft though, so I have a trailer too. Trailers really make life easy

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