If you're a kayak owner, you know what a hassle it can be to transport your boat from one place to another. So much so, that it can even keep you from going out on the water. The struggle to get your kayak up on your car roof and strap it down can be too much. Especially, if you have a larger kayak or don't have anyone around to help you. Or maybe your car roof isn't even an option, if you have a small car or multiple kayaks for your family. That's why many kayak owners invest in a kayak trailer to make transporting their boats easier and less of a hassle.
However, pre-built kayak trailers can be rather expensive (typically going for $1000 and up). So many result to building their own solution. But if you don't have any building experience, don't know how to weld, or don't have the ability to cut metal or wood, then you may be out of luck. Even if you do have all those skills, it can be rather time consuming to fabricate your own kayak trailer. That's why we created this post to show examples of kayak trailers that were built using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe.
Using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe, you can add a kayak rack to your existing trailer (or a small utility trailer like this one if don't already own a trailer) without the need for any welding, cutting, or prior building experience. Kee Klamp makes it possible for just about anyone to create their own kayak trailer. Let's take a look at a few examples:Keep Reading