Thule Xsporter Pro Aluminum Truck Rack with Load Stops

Thule Xsporter Pro Aluminum Truck Rack with Load Stops
Thule Xsporter Pro Aluminum Truck Rack with Load Stops
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Xsporter Pro Aluminum Truck Rack with Load Stops by Thule
The Thule Xsporter Pro Aluminum Truck Rack with Load Stops (part number 500XT) is essentially an extended roof that mounts to your bed rails, allowing you to carry kayaks, SUPs, bikes, or just about anything else that's too long for either your truck bed or your truck roof on its own. You won't have to drill anything to mount it, and it adjusts without tools.

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SKU: THU000F
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