Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Thursday, 13 July 2017 18:46

Yakima Reveals New Truck Bed Extender at ICAST 2017

Written by
Rate this item
(2 votes)

Johnny from Yakima showed us the Longarm, their all-new truck bed extender, which offers a great solution for transporting kayaks safely.

This truck bed extender from Yakima is all aluminium and fully adjustable at different angles. The demo we looked at was installed at bed height, but it can also be adjusted to match rail height, allowing room for coolers underneath.  With an extra extension, the Longarm can also connect to the roof rack. A pad can be added for boat protection and the Longarm even comes with a bottle opener on the side. Weighing only 12 pounds, this bed extender is easy to take on and off.

Features:

  • Provides 4 feet of additional bed length with a 60”-wide crossbar
  • Sturdy construction and a 5/8” hitch bolt
  • Aluminum construction engineered for strength – weights only 12 lbs.
  • Rated up to a 300-lb. capacity in lower positions (non-vertical positions)
  • Durable black powder-coat finish
  • MSRP:
    • LongArm: $219
    • LongArm Height Extension: $69
    • LongArm Pad: $19
  • Available: August 2017
Naomi Bolton

Yakangler's Community Manager and Editor - in charge of sourcing news and articles for the website. ┬áIf you have any ideas for new content, please do get in touch with me at: [email protected]

Please login to post a comment.

Get the YakAngler Newsletter!

Keep tabs on all the latest from YakAngler.

Latest From The Forum

    • aeds151's Avatar
    • Jackson Big Tuna cart
    • 1 milk crate 1 threaded rod 2 nuts for threaded rod 2 HF wheels 1 cam buckle strap Bam! Been runnin it for 5 years with the Big Tunes Sent from my...
    • 4 days 3 hours ago
    • basscatlildave's Avatar
    • River Anchoring - Never More
    • Be careful but I too would look at it like just another adventure. Fishing along with search and recovery.
    • 5 days 3 hours ago
    • Kayak_angler's Avatar
    • New from Sacramento, CA
    • Quote: Welcome. If you're ever in San Diego and want to fish salt or freshwater, hit me up. I lived in Sac for 6 years, now in SD for more than that. We go...
    • 6 days 17 hours ago

More Topics »