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Extreme Max 3004.0204 Kayak / Canoe Hoist & Lift - 120 lb. Capacity
Extreme Max 3004.0204 Kayak / Canoe Hoist & Lift - 120 lb. Capacity


 
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Product Code: 3004.0204
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The Extreme Max Kayak Hoist System features a 120 lb. capacity that can hoist and store more than just kayaks. One person can lift and store a bike, canoe, ladder, or other large item easily using the hoist's combination of strong pulley hooks and 2" wide webbing straps. This pulley system is equipped with a locking mechanism for safety and constructed of powdercoated steel for durability. System comes complete with all pulleys, lift hooks, straps, mounting hardware and 50' of hoist rope. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Extreme Max Garage Kayak Hoist System
Features
• Kayak hoist system lifts and stores kayaks, canoes, bikes, ladders and more in shop or garage
• Easily lift and lower stored items – one person operation
• 120 lb. capacity
• Includes pulleys, lift hooks, brackets, mounting hardware, hoist rope and 2" lift straps
• Limited lifetime warranty

Average Rating: 1 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Extreme Max Kayak / Canoe Hoist & Lift June 14, 2016
Reviewer: Harry from Idaho  
The product was easy to install. The issue is the design and materials that were used. The rope needed to pull the kayak/boat in position is of very poor quality. The locking mechanism is troublesome probably due to the quality of the rope. In addition the pulley design required a large physical effort to pull up just a 40 pound kayak. I don't believe I could pull up a 100 pound object (rated max. weight). The product is NOT recommended.

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Review of kayak hoist May 1, 2016
Reviewer: CURTIS TAYLOR from BRIDGEWATER, VA United States  
This product does not work as described. The straps slide out from under the kayak, you can make some other ways to stop the straps from slipping like running them thru seats or handles. When I did then pulling the rope was the next challenge, I'm fairly strong, not a weight lifter but still hard to pull, I'm not sure why, it seems to me the block and tackle should be able to to lift with one hand easy but that not the case. However I'm not returning the product cause I found a way to use it at least one pulley, I attached it to the rafters and can easily pull my kayak up (vertical) and let the back end rest on the floor, now I don't have to worry about the straps slipping off and come crashing down to the floor or me or anything  that might be under it. Give it 5 stars for my new design, that works great.

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