rain gutter strength

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  1. #1
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    rain gutter strength

    Hey!

    I got a 88.5 samurai, tintop, so I have rain gutters.
    I just attached a roof rack to it, I'm just wondering how strong the gutters are and if I'ma tear them off pretty easily?
    It'll probly be holdin a canoe, and maybe a few other lighter things.

    Any suggestions before my stuff flies off down the highway

    Thanks

    Matt
    1991 Toyota pickup
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    1994 f250, tow rig

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    Yeah, if you're toting a canoe, take the stress off the roof rack by tying off the ends of the canoe to the bumper or tow point.
    Randy, sit back and let the liquor do the thinking

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    Tie the canoe off to a parachute.
    Then pull it behind your Zuke...
    That way you can paraglide your canoe to the lake.

    You might want to pre plan your route tho...overpasses might be tricky.
    You hump the one with the limp.

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    Put the canoe on top, let it bend the gutters and rest on the roof, problem solved
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    Re: rain gutter strength

    many thanks

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    Re: rain gutter strength

    I like seamless gutters colorado springs more and more each day because it makes my life a lot easier

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