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Thule AeroBlade Edge Raised Rail Load Bar - 1 Bar

$229.95

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    • One Color, 820-920mm
      $229.95
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    Strong arm.

    With the AeroBlade Edge Raised Rail Load Bar, it's clear that Thule isn't playing around with the security of roof rack cargo systems. Thule goes so far as to claim that the Box Beam Load Structure makes the AeroBlade the strongest aftermarket bar in the industry. Since we've never had reason to question a roof rack's carrying capacity, though, we're more enthusiastic about the easy attachment interface and fuel-saving WindDiffuser shaping, which acts like a deep aerodynamic rim for your car's roof.

    • Compatible with raised-rail roof types
    • Lock cylinders secure the rack to the vehicle's roof
    • Claimed to be the strongest aftermarket load bars
    • WindDiffuser shaping reduces noise and drag
    • Item #THU0378

    Tech Specs

    Part Number
    (820-920mm) 7501, (900-1000mm) 7502, (980-1080mm) 7503
    Recommended Use
    base rack for heavy loads
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The attachment system on these is nice because it will work with a HUGE range of factory side rails.

    I put them on a 2014 Subaru Forester and they went on in a snap. It makes a loud "click" sound when you've reached the appropriate tightness when attaching, so it takes the guesswork out of it.

    I'm 100% confident that they're on there and not going anywhere.



    Also, if you have a newer car, don't dull it down with the classic round or square bars. Aesthetically (and audibly) the Aero bars are just far superior.

    Do you carry the black versions? Seems like more people would want black vs. this silver.

    Unanswered Question

    What is the material that straps the cross bar to the roof rail? I am wondering from a security standpoint if they could be easily removed/stolen. Thanks.