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Upgrade those goofy things on your roof into a full-capacity gear-carrying system.

If you’ve ever wondered what to do with those goofy bars running front to back on your car, then the Thule Complete CrossRoad System will help turn those raised factory side rails into a multi-purpose gear-carrying machine. Four adjustable feet conform to your current side rails, and two square 50-inch load bars are rubberized for weather resistance and to keep your gear from getting scratched. Four locks are included with the feet to secure the CrossRoad System to your side rails.

  • Includes two 50-inch load bars, four CrossRoad feet, four locks

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does this kit come with the locks?


Super Solid, Easy to Install

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These are perfect for vehicles with factory roof racks. I have installed it on a Chevy Blazer and Toyota Sienna. They are quick to install, relatively speaking. My only grip is wind noise. Without the wind fairing my kids can't stand to have to rack on the vehicle. I've had this since 2006 and it is still in good condition.

do they work with board racks , also would...

do they work with board racks , also would they fit on my subaru

It would depend on the board rack, but definitely would if it is a Thule board rack. The Thule website says they would fit, but cautions that the hatchback might not be able to open all the way. I have this problem with my's not a huge deal, you just have to remember to duck.

i would have to check what brand my rack is , but your talking about when your boards are in the rack you cant open the hatch back , i have an outback


Great but...LOUD!

    I purchased the Thule complete CrossRoad System and it was very easy to install. Went onto my Jeep Grand Cherokee with no problems in about 15-20mins. The only downside that I've seen (actually heard) at this point is that the wind noise coming off these things is loud! Going to have to buy a compatible fairing to cut down on the noise, a purchase I wasn't really planning on. So if you're considering buying these, while they're easy and a great product, keep in mind you may have to spend some extra $$ to silence the noise.

    Agreed. I was very surprised by how much noise the cross bars created.

    Unanswered Question

    would this work on 2010 honda accord coupe...

    would this work on 2010 honda accord coupe ? thank you

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    What size for 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee? ...

    What size for 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee? What accessories do I need for paddle/surf boards and mtn bike?

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    I see that this Patriot has the 58" bars...

    I see that this Patriot has the 58" bars on it, but there is a considerable amount sticking out on the sides. Would the 50" also work to avoid the extra or do you need the 58"?

    Will these fit on a 2011 VW Tiguan?

    Will these fit on a 2011 VW Tiguan?

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    Which option should I choose for my Honday...

    Which option should I choose for my Honday Odessey with stock rails?