Thule 593 Wheel On - Thule Bike Rack

Thule 593 Wheel On
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Rating of 5.0/5 on 2 reviews
Product Code: 100593
Price: $59.95 USD
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Status: In stock
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- Fred Clark, CEO Thule
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The Thule 593 Wheel-On is loaded with features to ensure your wheel travels safely to your destination and is easy to remove. This fully adjustable fork mount wheel holder allows you to carry your removed bike wheel on your Thule rack.


Features

  • Product Replaces the 545 Wheel Carrier
  • Fast wheel loading and unloading with easy drop-in fork design
  • Fork design also doubles as wheel security feature
  • Zero adjustment anti-spin device
  • Fits all quick release wheels from 24 inch to 29 inch
  • Maximum versatility with adjustable carrying angle
  • Folds down flat when not in use
  • Fits Thule square, xsporter, rapid aero, and professional series bars, Yakima round bars, and most factory installed cross bars

Specifications

Weight: 3lbs

Length (carton): 19.4"

Width (carton): 5.2"

Height (carton): 2.8"

UPC: 091021593176

Manufacturer: Thule

Manufacturer Part Number: 593


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6/5/2017

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2008 Infiniti G35 Sedan

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11/1/2010

Fits my 2011 Subaru Outback factory crossbars with no tools in less than 5 minutes. Works great! Rackattack.com has great customer service and shipped my products the next day.

2011 Subaru Outback

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions for this product. If you need more assistance you can email a rack-install technician, or call us at: 1-877-432-8301

No! Any tools required for installing this rack product come included in the box!

This comes down to your preference, the type of bikes you're carrying, and if you have any height restrictions. But for the most part if you're not riding a super fancy high-end road race bike then leaving your front tire on is easier, and more convenient.

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