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Edson stern rail inflatable rack/holder.

Has anyone tried the inflatable dink holder that Edson makes? Two U shaped racks that bolt onto the stern rail.

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I don't haven't tried the holder pictured but I am interested in something simular that would be suitable for a kayak. Does anyone have any information.

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Has anyone tried the inflatable dink holder that Edson makes? Two U shaped racks that bolt onto the stern rail.

Here's a picture:

Thanks
Just now joined so info is probable too late.

I have these racks and used them. They work OK but will add some drag to your boat speed and block your view to the rear when changing tack so I needed to remember to stand up and look back before starting a new tack. I believe davits would do the job better.
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