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Need more space in your vehicle?

Thule roof racks help give you extra space up top. Most vehicles have more than one roof bar type available, with a variety of different specialised loading options. The information below is aimed to help explain more about the different types of roof bars and foot packs/kits.

 

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Thule Foot Packs

All vehicles don't have the same roof fixing points. Thule has developed a range of foot packs that fit the many different types of roofs across a wide range of vehicles. Choosing the right foot pack for your vehicles fixing points is the first step to getting the correct kit for your vehicle.

 
754 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 754

Safe and exclusive roof rack for cars without railings or fixation points.

753 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 753

Lowered version pre-installed fixation points or flush railings.

751 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 751

Universal roof rack foot for cars with pre-installed fixation points.

775 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 757

Most sold Foot pack for cars with normal-sized roof railings.

775 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 775

Universal railing rack that fits the broadest range of railing dimensions.

9512 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 952

Roof rack for cars with narrow rain gutters and raised roofs.

951 Thule Foot Pack

Thule Rapid System 951

Roof rack for cars with rain gutters and raised roofs.

 
 

Thule Foot Pack FAQ's

  • What distance should there be between the cross bars?

    Unless stated in the fitting instructions then keep a minimum distance of 700 mm between the roof bars. When transporting long loads the minimum distance should be no less than 600 mm.
  • What is the maximum load capacity of my Thule roof rack?
    The maximum load, specified in the assembly instructions, is not to be exceeded. However, this limit is always subordinate to the maximum load recommended by the manufacturer of the car itself. It is always the lowest value that applies. Max. roof load = load carrier weight + any fitted carrier accessories + the weight of the load itself.
  • How should the load be secured?
    The load may not significantly exceed the load carrier’s width, and it should always be spread evenly across the load carrier and with the lowest possible centre of gravity. All loose or removable parts of the load (such as bike child seats, tyre pumps, fins and so on) should be taken off prior to loading. The load should be thoroughly secured. Elastic straps are not to be used. The load’s security should be checked after a short distance, and thereafter at suitable intervals. Tighten the load’s securing straps whenever necessary. NOTE! Always check the load’s attachment security.
  • What about maintenance of my load carrier?
    Check and replace worn-out or defective parts. The load carrier should always be cleaned and maintained, especially in the winter. Screws, nuts and locks (if fitted) should be lubricated at regular intervals. When not in use, the product should be removed from the vehicle. When the product is removed from the vehicle, all loose parts should be stored safely.

Thule Roof Bars

Thule has developed a range of roof bars, offering a broad range of options to meet the many different needs and vehicle roof types. There is a roof bar to suit all budgets, from the basic square bars to the world's most silent roof bars, Thules Wing Bars.

 
Thule Wing Bars

Thule WingBar

The most silent and safeload bar.

Thule Slidebar

Thule SlideBar

The unique, premium load bar with Bi-directional sliding functionality, for easiest possible loading.

Thule Square Bar

Thule SquareBar

Traditional square load bars in 2- or 3mm galvanized steel with black, plastic coating.

Thule Pro Bar

Thule ProBar 39x

The robust load bar with a unique tri-slot design for fitting of multiple accessories.

 

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