Thule Quick Loop Strap

Thule Quick Loop Strap
Thule Quick Loop Strap
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Quick Loop Strap by Thule
The Thule Quick Loop Strap provides an anchor point for boat straps on vehicles without hard-point attachments. The flexible, durable cam can be closed in your trunk or under your hood to provide a secure connection point for your boat. The heavy-duty nylon webbing is UV resistant and won't scratch your vehicle when in use.

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SKU: THU0331
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