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Thread: My New Kayak

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    crv|oc Rank: Freshman
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    Talking My New Kayak

    A Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100. Not too fancy since it's my first but it's awesome!
    Last edited by 07exlowner; 04-20-2008 at 09:48 AM.
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    2007 Whistler Silver Honda CR-V EX-L

    Accessories:
    Fog Lights
    Rear Tailgate Spoiler
    Factory Roof Rack
    Front Splash Guards
    All Season Floor Mats
    Cargo Tray

    Thule Ski/Snowboard Attachment
    Thule Hull-A-Port Pro Kayak Attachment

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    crv|oc Rank: Freshman
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    Let's Try This Again

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    2007 Whistler Silver Honda CR-V EX-L

    Accessories:
    Fog Lights
    Rear Tailgate Spoiler
    Factory Roof Rack
    Front Splash Guards
    All Season Floor Mats
    Cargo Tray

    Thule Ski/Snowboard Attachment
    Thule Hull-A-Port Pro Kayak Attachment

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    Wow. You already have it sideways and you are not even in the water!
    99 V 151k miles, 04 V 62k miles - Both red, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2RedV's View Post
    Wow. You already have it sideways and you are not even in the water!
    Haha! I do hope to buy a whitewater kayak some day. For now, I'm trying to stay high and dry!
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    2007 Whistler Silver Honda CR-V EX-L

    Accessories:
    Fog Lights
    Rear Tailgate Spoiler
    Factory Roof Rack
    Front Splash Guards
    All Season Floor Mats
    Cargo Tray

    Thule Ski/Snowboard Attachment
    Thule Hull-A-Port Pro Kayak Attachment

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    I have the same kayak and wondered if the tailgate opens with the kayak on the roof? Can you move it around town without bow lines?

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    how much did you pay for it? I'm looking for an entry level kayak as well, plastic material to cut the cost...
    "To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift." - Steve Prefontaine

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    07exlowner, I just got in from a 2 hr. paddle in my Wilderness Pungo 100 Light blue. Very well built kayaks. I've had mine since Dec. ,a Xmas present. I would post a pic. but don't know how to. Enjoy, H

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    I think I paid around 400.00 for kayak, paddle, and pfd end of season at EMS.

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    Cool. I've yet to buy one but I know both EMS and LLBean run good package deals for entry level stuff.

    My major question is, how hard is it to get it up on the car? Despite how they look, kayaks aren't actually all that light and the cheap ones are generally on the heavier side, so is it easy to get it up and down by yourself?

    Don't want to hurt myself ... or drop it on the side of the car ... a CRV isn't exactly the shortest car on the planet :P

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    I am wondering the same thing about lifting up the kayak. I just put the factory roof rack on, now I need J Hooks. Was thinking of the Yakima bow downs that fold flat, they are made of composite figure no rust that way. I figure I will need a small steo to heist it onto the rack but not positive yet.

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