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Hobie Outback Cart plans #13976570 04/28/21 01:34 AM
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Is there a thread out there that has plans to build a storage cart for a Hobie Outback Kayak? Or any idea on how you guys store your Outback without hanging it from the ceiling?

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Not sure about anyone having actual plans. You might search YouTube for DYI kayak storage racks and get a good idea on how to build one. I built one out of wooden and used 3" PVC pipe runners mounted on the wood rack that the kayaks actually set on. Hobie doesn't recommend this storage method but I've never had any issues from storing Hobies this way.


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Thanks for the follow up. I'll continue to look, thanks

Re: Hobie Outback Cart plans [Re: TexasToast] #13977319 04/28/21 04:05 PM
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Originally Posted by TexasToast
Is there a thread out there that has plans to build a storage cart for a Hobie Outback Kayak? Or any idea on how you guys store your Outback without hanging it from the ceiling?


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Here is how I store my 2018 Hobie Outback. Couple of riverside foam blocks on the floor and I just stand it up on its side. My other lighter kayaks hang on the side wall there on those Malone straps.

I have never had any issues with storing my kayaks in this way, & it gives me plenty of room for me and my Significant other to still park our vehicles in the garage.


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I store my PA 12 on a rolling cart. 6’ long x 40” wide. It’s tailgate high which makes loading and unloading a breeze.. With the kayak hanging over the edge, I can store a lawnmower under one end and a shop vac under the other end. I can also clear out the lower level junk and slide a second kayak on the lower deck. The only down side Is I gave up one garage parking space which only got used on predicted hail days.

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Awesome!

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