Thule Cable Lock 6ft One-Key System

Thule Cable Lock 6ft One-Key System
Thule Cable Lock 6ft One-Key System
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Cable Lock 6ft One-Key System by Thule
Bikes, boats, and other toys can be lifted off your car when you're grabbing a post-ride burger or stopping to pick up some forgotten camping gear, but Thule's Cable Lock One-Key System helps secure your gear to your rack to prevent theft. At six feet long it can lock down four bikes or two boats to a roof or hitch rack, has a plastic coating to prevent scratching, and a self-coiling design for easy storage.

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