I just had my Coleman roof replaced and the new roof came with tracks for a Yakima rack system. I already have this system on my TV so I really didn't want to spend more money on another system (I'm cheap). I managed to find an old (antique) Yakima rack system with two sets of kayak carriers already mounted at a garage sale last Fall. This rack was designed for cars with drip rails. Basically, I cut the cross bars in half, Used aluminum tubing to increase the crossbar length, Added fabricated foot pads to match up with the track and made tie plates for the back tie down points. Total cost to me not including the straps which I already had was $5.00. This replaces the PVC bases I made last year for my old ABS roof. The rack in it's orginal condition and the aluminum poles for lengthening the cross bars. Bases with the old pads removed and new plates installed. Rack mounted after cross bars cut and extended. With kayak mounted. Still needs straps and final adjustments on the kayak holders. Haven't had the chance to de-winterize the PUP yet but at least the toys are ready to go.