$45.00 - $59.95
Thule's Thru-Axle Adapter allows you to carry bikes with through-axle front forks on Thule and most other fork-mounted bike carriers.
RockyMounts' TieRod is a fantastically simple and elegant option for attaching a fork mount roof rack to your vehicle's factory crossbars. Not only will you be impressed with its easy, secure operation, you'll be thrilled with how well the rubber coated stainless steel straps perfectly hug the roof racks on your car. Plus, with RockyMounts locks (sold separately) you can lock the rack to your vehicle and your bike to the rack.
Ski/snowboard racks need to do one thing well: hold your stuff safely and securely. Ours does a lot more, and awesomely. Easy to install on any roof rails, handy slide-out feature to load and unload without climbing on your vehicle, and a look that says you don't cut corners (but you do like to carve on the slopes). - Metal outer shell and premium gloss metallic powdercoat provide unmatched strength and finish - GripLock rubber securely holds skis or snowboards of varying sizes - FLIP MOUNT SYSTEM allows for quick install or removal - Large intuitive handle - Both GRIP and FLIP Mount System are fully locking - Slide-out design makes for easy loading and unloading
Stronger and more versatile than factory racks, this rail grabber installs easily by clamping onto flush or raised side rails. - Low profile provides a sleek, integrated look for your roof rack - Includes onboard tool for easy on/off - Lockable with SKS Locks (sold separately) - Kit includes four RailGrab towers and two 58-inch crossbars
Thule's Foot Packs are the "feet" that attach to your vehicle's roof and allow you to then add Thule crossbars (also called "loadbars"), plus the Thule bicycle mounts and accessories required to carry all your gear (crossbars, mounts and accessories sold separately). All mount without tools, are vinyl-coated so they can't damage your vehicle, and are engineered to hold fast under all conditions. They have wide bases for excellent support no matter how many bicycles you carry, and most are sealed from the elements to protect the internal mechanism.
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