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Thule Load Bar Pair

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    Hold ’em.

    If you want a rack that will outlast your car, Thule is the company to turn to. Once you’ve added the appropriate mounting feet for your vehicle, the Thule Load Bars are your best bet to hold your precious cargo. They are available in four lengths to provide a variety of options for gear mounts. The square profile of the bars clamps securely without sliding.

    • Available in four lengths
    • Square profile
    • Item #THU0054

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    Recommended Use
    travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Perfect

      I love the Thule options for car racks. This design is superior to the Yakima stuff I believe because the bars are square and not round. A friend of mine has the Thule stacker on Yakima racks which are round and they shift a little bit. Very happy with my purchase.

      They do what they're supposed to.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Picked up these bars to carry skis on my previously naked roof, and they get the job done. They're not as quite as aero bars, but if you need to haul things on the roof of your car, look no further.

      Thule Bars

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought these bars for your run of the mill surf trips and general extra cargo space up top. I drive a 94 jeep cherokee and have had these racks for about 5 months and the fit with just about every cargo rack/basket rack set up. There very simple and easy to install, plus they are made in the great US of A so that's always a huge plus, love to support American workers and companies. These racks are well rounded, multipurpose across the board, and I know that they will serve you well. And who better to buy from the backcountry.com? Buy these racks and go have a good day in the outdoors.

      Nice, simple, cost-effective bars

        We have a Toyota Tacoma with a topper and have a Thule track system permanently installed. The square bars work with almost any gear carrier.

        Here is the system for this specific setup:

        Thule Podium Fit Kit - 3101

        Thule Podium Foot Packs - Square Bar

        Thule Load Bar Pair - 58"

        Rocky Mounts BrassKnuckles Upright Mount

        Nice, simple, cost-effective bars

        Great way to put anything on your roof

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        It's no surprise that Thule cross bars are one of the best accessories you can put on any vehicle. You can haul anything you want knowing that it will be secured to you vehicle without damaging your roof. I did however discover that Thule crossbars no longer come with the end caps included. For those you will need to purchase item THU0064 for $9.95. These really complete the look of your rack but they won't come up in the Thule fit guide as they are considered an accessory, not a requirement. Here they are on my 2014 Tacoma.

        Great way to put anything on your roof

        Heavy duty bars

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I"m a contractor and load these bars down with heavy ladders and they are fully bombproof. My last pair were pretty rusted inside the plastic coating after about 10 years of use and they were still super strong. I wouldn't trust any other load bars with my heavy equipment at 80 MPH on the freeway.

        These bad boys can carry a load

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I've had these parts on a honda civic, a grand cherokee and a wrangler. Doesn't matter what car, these bars will not only haul your bikes and skis, but they'll get your plywood home from home depot and they'll give you something to tie your christmas tree to. Highly recommended.

        Must Have!

          I racked my 1999 Nissan Sentra and the 50" bars fit perfect and look very good on my little green car! I use these all the time with my Cargo Box, ski rack, kayak rack, hauling wood, and I through a bunch of stuff up there when I moved. My car is so small that it doesn't hold very much stuff so this rack lets me carry the things that don't fit in my trunck!

          Bomber!

            I am the proud owner of several Thule load bars. The 48 inch lil guys are perfect for a couple of mountain bikes, and the big ol 80 inchers tranform my little civic into a double canoe carrying monster. I've slammed many a wet nasty boat & muddy mountain bike into these, I've loaded ladders & logs on it, and even put a piece of plywood on top to dance on at a bonfire... Just a great thing to have on your car.

            versatile and durable

              I have the rack feet for BMW and volvo and can switch this bar between them whenever im using a different car. it works well with any attachment, and i use it to hold bikes and skis. i also bought this aerodynamic wind shield thing that attaches to the front bar that helps with wind resistance and directs most air over my stuff. ive had this bar for 25 years so you know it will hold up well.

              I have a THULE ?Frontier? and I am looking...

              I have a THULE �Frontier� and I am looking for the best roof rack bars with my Nissan Murano SE 2007 and I don't know which system would fit best... Can you help me?

              Thanks

              Al Rondeau

              Four different bars are offered. What are...

              Four different bars are offered. What are the differences?

              Specifically, the numbers are the loadbar length in inches. There is a banner near the top of all the Thule pages on Backcountry.com for the Car Rack Configurator. You can use that to find out exactly what Thule products will work for your make/model/year of vehicle.

              We bought a 2008 Chevy Equinox last year...

              We bought a 2008 Chevy Equinox last year and it has luggage rails but no bars. Can I order the bars from you and how much would they be?

              I don't know anything about load bars, but...

              I don't know anything about load bars, but was looking for car top carriers for our road bikes. I guess this is where we would start as I don't have load bars on my car?

              The easiest place to start is on the Thule website- http://www.thuleracks.com

              You pick your car make, year, and model and choose the type of activities you need a rack for (ski, bike, kayak, etc).

              From there, it will give you all the components you need for a complete set-up.

              Quick and Easy!

              can you cut the bars down to any size?

              can you cut the bars down to any size?

              I've done it several times for different cars. The best method is a Dermel tool with a cutting wheel. Use a face sheild, safety glasses, or googles!. Mark your bar, wrap masking tape around the bar at the mark to have a guide to follow, cut the bar. Use a utility knife to cut back to rubber so the end will accept an end cap. Viola!