- Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:16 pm
I have seen one and two kayaks carried on trucks, with fifth wheel trailers. They build a vertical support from the truck front bumper up to hold the front of the kayak(s) and let the stern(s) sit on the truck cab roof, with or without a crossbar (or a pool noodle).
You would probably be limited to 12-foot or so kayaks, unless you had a double cab truck, or let a lot of the bow extend forward of the truck. I remember seeing a guy that had two Wilderness Tarpon 120's on his rig, and a fifth-wheel behind.
As they used to say: "There's nothing to it, but to do it". Go for it! TexasJim