Thule Goal Post

Thule Goal Post
Thule Goal Post
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Goal Post by Thule
Kick your kayak, canoe, or SUP up onto the Thule Goalpost and follow the red-dirt road down to your favorite paddling spot without worrying about your boat getting tossed off your truck. The Goalpost plugs solidly into any two-inch hitch receiver and has a telescoping mast that extends to work with pickups of any height (you do need to purchase the appropriate Thule cab rack separately). Two solid load straps keep your boat from bouncing around while you wind down to the put-in, and the plastic coating on the rugged steel load bar makes sure your baby doesn't get dinged in transit.

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SKU: THU0079
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