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Thule 9007XT Gateway Bike Carrier

Rear-mount 3-bike carrier

Item # 0949007XT

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About the Thule 9007XT Gateway Bike Carrier

The 9007XT is a robust, rear-mounted bike carrier that's designed for security and style. Thule's patented FitDial™ system adjusts to your vehicle, so the carrier will stay secure without damaging paint or bumpers. This 3-bike carrier's arms provide ample spacing, to eliminate bike-to-bike contact. They also adjust independently, so you can transport unique bike frames. Thule's Hold Fast Cradles™ feature anti-sway cages that cushion your bikes during transit and keep them secure when you're parked.
 Sturdy nylon straps keep the bike in place, and a strap management device keeps excess length under control. The carrier folds flat for convenient storage when not in use.

Product highlights:

  • anti-sway cages cushion bikes and provide maximum bike security
  • bike arms adjust independently to hold unique bike frames
  • bike arms provide ample spacing to avoid bike-to-bike contact
  • patented FitDial™ with Quick-Fit™ lever adjusts to fit your vehicle
  • durable nylon straps install easily and keep rack secure
  • strap management device contains excess straps to help protect paint
  • folds flat for convenient storage
  • warranty: limited lifetime
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # 9007XT

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