Thule Load Bar Pair

Thule Load Bar Pair
Thule Load Bar Pair
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Load Bar Pair by Thule
If you want a rack that will outlast your car, Thule is the company to turn to. Once you've added the appropriate mounting feet for your vehicle, the Thule Load Bars are your best bet to hold your precious cargo. They are available in four lengths to provide a variety of options for gear mounts. The square profile of the bars clamps securely without sliding.

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SKU: THU0054
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