Thule Universal Pull Top 6pr w/ Locks

Thule Universal Pull Top 6pr w/ Locks
Thule Universal Pull Top 6pr w/ Locks
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Universal Pull Top 6pr w/ Locks by Thule
The Thule Universal Pull Top 6pr w/ Locks solves the age old dilemma of teetering precariously on your vehicle's running board with one hand perched on the door while trying to finagle skis or snowboards onto your roof rack with the other. With its telescoping arms, this carrier slides easily from the top of the roof out to the side of the car for quick and stress-free access to your gear. The Universal Pull Top's soft rubber arms cushion your gear during the ride and pop open with a quick, mitten-friendly button-push for instant access when needed. It includes four one-key locks to effectively secure both gear and mounts to your vehicle, and it utilizes Thule's Speedlink mounting system, which is compatible with Thule rack systems, round bars, and most factory racks.

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