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...I thought you were talking about the Sport Utility Pickup...:wink:

Until the aftermarket comes out with a suitable rack system, you could probably rig up something using U-channel bolted to the tie-down points. With the U-channel, you should be able to easily rig up a cross-beam at cab (roof rail) height.
 

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Also interested to see some answers here. I have a 10'6" SUP that for the time being has been transported locally with a tailgate pad and padding in the front of the bed. I'd like a more secure solution for when I travel distances but the the tailgate pad does seem to work fairly well. Here's the one I have...

https://www.amazon.com/Dakine-DAKINE-Tailgate-Surf-Pad/dp/B00H905UTK


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Perhaps its not very helpful to say, but went with inflatable SUPs for this very reason, some pretty nice ones. You give up some stability and speed, but saved $2k on a Yakima trailer, some awkward moving, and some say it's more comfy for alternative uses like laying out on the lake... also easier to store for the winter.
 
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