Thule Complete CrossRoad System

Thule Complete CrossRoad System
Thule Complete CrossRoad System
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Complete CrossRoad System by Thule
If you've ever wondered what to do with those goofy bars running front to back on your car, then the Thule Complete CrossRoad System will help turn those raised factory side rails into a multi-purpose gear-carrying machine. Four adjustable feet conform to your current side rails, and two square 50-inch load bars are rubberized for weather resistance and to keep your gear from getting scratched. Four locks are included with the feet to secure the CrossRoad System to your side rails.

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SKU: THU0250
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