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Thule SportRack SR6453 Roof Mount Ski and Snowboard Carrier, 8-Pairs of Skis or 4-Snowboards

Item# 210-14510821-AF | Model# 14510821 | Added on February 15, 2015 |
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Thule SportRack SR6453 Roof Mount Ski and Snowboard Carrier, 8-Pairs of Skis or 4-Snowboards
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The SportRack SR6453 Roof Mount Ski and Snowboard Carrier makes taking to slopes easy and convenient. This carrier lets you carry up to 8-pairs of skis or 4-snowboards on front to back or side to side roof rack crossbars. The convenient carrier fits all crossbars up to 3.25-inches in diameter with the universal mounting hardware and includes heavy-duty locks to protect your gear. The carrier telescopes up to 56-inches to fit wide vehicle roofs and features a raiser block to accommodate tall bindings. Your skis and snowboards will be protected during travel thanks to the soft runner padding on the carrier's cradles. The SportRack SR6453 Roof Mount Ski and Snowboard Carrier measures 43-inch (L) by 1-inch (H) by 6.5-inches (W), weighs 10-pounds and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. The SportRack is a brand of the Thule Group. Started in Granby, Quebec, Canada in 1980, SportRack’s historical line of “easy- on/easy-off” products has continued to this day. SportRack offers a vast array of multi-sport roof rack systems and accessories, hitch-mounted products, cargo boxes and truck-mounted racks for the active family looking for quality products at a great value. Backed and tested by Thule, a global leader in automotive racks, these products carry a limited lifetime warranty. SportRack – Play Outside! Gender: unisex. Age Group: adult.
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