Hi, we recently have a t4 with lifting roof and I wondered how we surfboard carrier (longboard) can take the best? Does anyone have experience with this? Tips are very welcome. Sgs ha, thank you for your comment! I'll agree just as well find out, we have limited space because we have two kids sitting in the back. Will try to get to the roof in one way or another. thanks and regards from Boukje. I have wrestled with the same problem. If you do not find that the boards need to go up along the roof and did not mind that the roof can not go up, then the best solution on the eaves and 2 brandruprails than traditional media use, which are sunroof go. In the event that the stuff with the roof up it should go then there are a number of solutions, such as C-sections to make the pop top roof racks and end up. We have opted for small plates on the sides of the roof, the eaves imitating, which in turn 'standard' carriers merge. For example, your bus is not higher. They're not there yet, that happens at the end of this month. So I can just post a photo. The broad base of this drift gives grip in corners while the tip closer and flex facilitates entry and exit of corners. The broad base of this drift gives grip in corners while the tip closer and flex facilitates entry and exit of corners. The broad base of this drift gives grip in corners while the tip closer and flex facilitates entry and exit of corners. Very convenient, support surfboard carrier bike, designed to carry any type of board on any type of bike. The carrier can be assembled and fixed very easily. > See this article. GATH Helmet Hat: Helmet for the surf. This headset is ideal for surfing, bodyboarding, kayaking, kitesurfing, windsurfing and other water sports. Very lightweight, this headset Gath NDT provides an excellent protection of the skull and ears. > See this article. GATH Surf Convertible helmet: Helmet for surfing. Very lightweight, this headset Gath Convertible offers excellent protection of the skull and ears. > See this article. Raise the bar (literally) for a door-assisted lifting boats; Hullavator the Thule raises up to 22 kg (40 lb) or 90% of the weight of the kayak. The HullavatorMC offers a lift from waist level and loading / unloading the vehicle side (compared to the roof) to facilitate loading and unloading. surfboard carrier boats assisted loading of high quality supporting up to 50% by weight of the kayak with its sliding roller extending beyond the rear of the vehicle for loading and unloading easier and better protection of the vehicle. Transport performance and protection with this cradle with standard J-style 4-point adjustable padded support and design of steel resistant to rust. Maximize the ability to transport your kayak with the stacker. It can hold up to 4 kayaks stacked on their side to take the least amount of roof space. One person can load and unload a boat with this unique retractable arm that fits into your roof rack Thule. Designed for pickup trucks, the load-carriers for adjustable water sports can carry kayaks, canoes, arm boards and windsurfers of different sizes, and even very long loads. Two 15 foot heavy straps with cam buckles securely share heavy loads while our patented buckle bumpers help prevent scratches and dings vehicle. The Thule Xadapter 3 is an adapter kit that connects carriers to Thule load bars Thule Professional. Thule Xadapter 3 also includes the instructions easy to follow. Secure boat 'your bow and stern quickly and easily. A simple ratchet system lets you remove the rubber strands of time and thousands of nodes. . . .