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With its Boxbeam Load Bar Structure and aerodynamic design, the Thule AeroBlade Edge Raised Rail Load Bar boasts the strongest carrying capacity of any aftermarket roof rack. The integrated bar and foot design makes installation a cinch while the WindDiffuser technology cuts down on noise and drag for improved fuel economy.

  • Integrated bar and foot design allows for fast and easy installation
  • Boxbeam Load Bar Structure makes the AeroBlade the strongest aftermarket load bars available
  • One-Key lock cylinders securely lock the rack to the roof
  • Arched design is intended to follow the shape of your vehicle's roof for an attractive look
  • WindDiffuser technology reduces noise and drag for improved gas mileage and a quieter ride
  • Designed to fit raised rail roof types
  • Consult the Thule 2013 Fit Guide for specific information regarding vehicle compatibility

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5 5

Another good Thule product

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The attachment system on these is nice because it will work with a HUGE range of factory side rails.
I put them on a 2014 Subaru Forester and they went on in a snap. It makes a loud "click" sound when you've reached the appropriate tightness when attaching, so it takes the guesswork out of it.
I'm 100% confident that they're on there and not going anywhere.

Also, if you have a newer car, don't dull it down with the classic round or square bars. Aesthetically (and audibly) the Aero bars are just far superior.

Price per set of 2 ?

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Price per set of 2 ?

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Hey there - thanks for the question.
From the title above - this is the price for 1 bar at $169.95
2 bars would be $339.90