Thule Fiberglass Podium Direct Mount - 2 Pair

Thule Fiberglass Podium Direct Mount - 2 Pair
Thule Fiberglass Podium Direct Mount - 2 Pair
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Fiberglass Podium Direct Mount - 2 Pair by Thule
When you're ready to add a roof rack to your car or truck's fiberglass roof, don't use duct tape, use the Thule Podium Direct Mount as a base for your ultimate gear-hauling super structure. This kit comes with four strong steel mounts to drill and secure to your truck, car, or camper's fiberglass roof, which then fit four 460 or 460R feet and compatible Thule bars to attach to your ski rack, bike rack, or cargo box (all sold separately).

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SKU: THU0319
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