No pics, but this kid with a wrangler up here put his on top and strapped the front end to the hood windshield tie downs and the rear to the two loops on the reciever part of the hitch. It was pretty secure and its free.
When I picked up my Pungo 100 (10'er) I actually stuffed it inside from one corner to the other. It did hang out the back a few feet, but wasn't as bad as I thought. I went from the drivers side of the back window straight to the passenger side front and tied it down on the handle above the glove box and tied the back down with bungee cords at the bars to the side back window. Of course I have a soft top, but this may help for others (soft toppers) who don't want to put it on their roofs during those cold months. Just my cheap bone head way of doing it. Good Luck!
I put a cargo rack on my jeep, use it for surf boards, kayaks, skis, hockey bags etc. just make sure you tie it down with nylon straps and not bunji cords.
And make sure you tighten the straps. Carrying that much wind resistance will stretch the straps if they aren't tight enough. I recomend rachet straps. You can get them at Wally Martinez (Wal Mart) pretty cheap.
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I have a lot of pics to show you. If you want them, send me your email. They are very heavy duty racks. They install very easilly. However, they are LOUD and their claim to having the best protective coating is B.S. They don't warrant it either. As a matter of fact, a guy named Marcelus was supposed to call me back twice. Both times I had to call him. Even after I emailed him with pics, details and contact info, he still wouldn't contact me.
if it's a nice kayak and the weather is warm then you'll want to get the support bars and thule or yakima J hooks for it. otherwise you'll end up with horizontal creases in the kayak that'll both affect the structural rigidity and slow you down in the water.