- Reinforced Aluminum Design with a generous 450 lb. load capacity to handle all your hauling needs
- SecureLock with four One–Key lock cylinders (included) keeps your rack locked to your vehicle
- CustomAdjust Bar Height accommodates a variety of load plans
- AirTrip Technology redirects airflow to lessen drag and provide superior aerodynamics
- WindDiffuser Technology––raised textured strip ensures ultra–quiet driving
- 71" aerodynamic load bars accept additional Thule components
- Crafted from long–lasting, high–quality aluminum
- Included tool–free load stops help secure oversized loads
- Thule Xsporter Pro 500XT Truck Rack is backed by an unbeatable Lifetime Warranty
Take your truck bed to the next level with the Thule Xsporter Pro 500XT Truck Rack. Kayaks, surfboards, ladders, snowboards and more – the sturdy Xsporter Pro can accommodate up to 450 lbs. of gear and equipment on its brushed aluminum frame.
CustomAdjust Bar Height gives you the flexibility to adjust the Xsporter for low–profile bed–level loads or raise the bar 25" for longer items that ride above the cab. Versatile load bars equipped with AirTrip Technology to divert airflow and provide top–notch aerodynamics. No need to worry while you're flying down the freeway either, WindDiffuser Technology guarantees exceptionally quiet road performance. And, you can rest assured Thule's thought of everything––your rack is designed to accept additional Thule carriers and components.
Never worry about your investment again––SecureLock uses four One–Key lock cylinders to ensure that your rack stays safe from would–be robbers. Easy to install with no drilling required, your Thule Xsporter Pro 500XT Truck Rack is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
Thule Xsporter Pro 500XT Truck Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Richard T (WEST JORDAN, UT) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Ranger — Aug 30, 2016 8:53 PM
This rack has done well for me. I have hauled several items, mostly a kayak. With the rack it has been a breeze. I go solo most of the time. I am able to load and unload by my self. The ease of changing heights has been great as well. It cost a little bit, but man it makes it so easy.
Reviewed by RickyAuto S (SCARBOROUGH, ME) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado — May 16, 2016 5:32 AM
I was pleasantly surprised at how easy the rack installed on my truck. The only thing that was a bit hazy was which clamps should be fitted with the lock. Both front, both rear, opposite sides, I put both of mine on the front and after giving some thought switched to one front, one back, same sides. The other slight inconvenience for an older person is the numbers on the uprights are very hard to see with black embossed on black. So far it has easily held 12 ft 2 x 4's. 10 ft plastic pipe.
Reviewed by RONALD C (HANCOCK, ME) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 29, 2015 10:55 AM
The unit is somewhat over priced, I bought it on sale. Two holes in one of the uprights was not threaded for the bolts to attach the saddle. I needed a tap to thread the holes. It should have been stated early in the instructions that the rubber protectors across the top of the cross pieces would need to be cut to accommodate the cargo stops. Installing the rubber was not an easy chore and now I must remove them, install the cargo stops and then cut the rubber and reinstall the protectors.
Reviewed by George M (Mesa, AZ) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra — Mar 12, 2015 8:07 PM
It is OK. Seems more sturdy if legs are not all the way raised. Kind of wish I would have bought the Track Pro G2 instead. However, should be OK for one or two 100 lb or so Kayaks.
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