Thule MultiLift

Thule MultiLift
Thule MultiLift
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MultiLift by Thule
When Monday looms and it's time to put the toys up till next weekend, Thule's MultiLift makes the job simple. Its winch-operated system can suspend roof boxes, kayaks, surfboards, etc., weighing up to 220lbs from the garage ceiling.

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SKU: THU003Z
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