Thule Transporter Combination Hitch Cargo Carrier

Thule Transporter Combination Hitch Cargo Carrier
Thule Transporter Combination Hitch Cargo Carrier
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Transporter Combination Hitch Cargo Carrier by Thule
Leave the rooftop shenanigans to Mr. Griswold. Thule's Transporter Combination Hitch Cargo Carrier attaches to your vehicle's hitch and offers you the most convenient way to transport up to 150 pounds of luggage and camping gear. The cargo box features a tilt-down design to offer you easy access to the rear of your vehicle, and Thule's SecureLock ensures that your gear is confidently stowed once you hit the highway. For added safety once you're on the road, Thule has included pre-wired tail lights (4-pin) and a license plate adapter. Thule also provides a One-Key lock, so you know the contents of the box are secure when you're out-and-about. Finally, a drain plug in the bottom of the carrier makes the post-vacation cleanup quick and easy.

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SKU: THU0245
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