Question about HOIST NEW Kayak / Canoe Lift Hoist by RAD Sportz
You should be fine to go shorter. The reason for the 6-8 foot recommendation is balance. a 12-14 foot kayak would risk tipping it you had a 4-foot width and didn't denter it just right. Your shorter kayak should do fine at 4 ft, but I would be careful to center.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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