Thule Evo Raised Rail

Thule Evo Raised Rail
Thule Evo Raised Rail
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Evo Raised Rail by Thule
Easy to install and incredibly secure, the Thule Evo Raised Rail is the foot for Thule Evo roof racks. Its rubber lining protects the surface of the raised railings and ensures a perfect fit, while the foot installs easily onto vehicles with raised railings. Plus, it comes with an ergonomic torque limiter key, which indicates when the rack is safely and properly secured to your vehicle.

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SKU: THU008M
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