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Here's a couple of pic's showing how I've been transporting it so far, although I initially had the nose forward with a little more overhang.
If you have too much of the board over the front it can generate lift and the leverage could damage the board or even cause the car to get blown off course. I have lost a board straight off the back back because the roof rack fittings had come loose.

It was an inflatable and thank god I have never kicked the habit of putting the leg rope in the boot and closing the door on the leggy. You don't need the rubber Matt alund the cardboard tubes but they are pretty simple to make if you want to do it. It's so easy to stick the nose of the board on the first roller and just push it forward till the nose rests on the second roller.
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We are Stand Up Paddle Racks - Stand Up Paddle Board Racks - Stand Up Paddle Surfing - SUP Surfing - Paddle Board Racks - Surfboard Wall Racks - Surfboard Racks - Surfboard stands. However transporting my board is a bit of a worry (an 11.6 Surftech Balboa) and I'm hoping for some safety tips from experienced SUP'ers. I had the board nose forward and it was vibrating up and down - about a couple of inches both ways.

If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. I'm concerned that the wind will lever upwards over the windshield and that the front of the board will break and snap off. You can accept that the risk is slim (which it probably is), or decide that the effort of eliminating the risk is small and do something about it. You should be able to tell the difference between closing the slack in the load and squishing it.

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