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May 4, 2009
Factory fit in my Thule rack, snowboard carriers, etc.. A must have if you dont want your stuff stolen. But one BIG recomendation... Buy a big 8 or 10 pack, even if you dont need them right now. This way everytime you buy a new rack accessory you will still only need to carry one key cause tey will all be the same. If you dont, then you will wind up having to carry 3 or 4 different keys everywhere.
June 16, 2011
I racked my 1999 Nissan Sentra and the rack looks very good on my little green car! I have a bunch of different racks and I keep buying more and I have all of my locks on 1 key so I don't have to worry about loosing keys. I would suggest buying the set of 10 locks because you will eventually buy more rack stuff and will need to buy more locks like I ended up doing. You will want 4 locks for the Fit Kit/Towers, and then more for your cargo box, ski rack, bike rack, kayak rack, etc... You can special order more lock cores that fit your key directly from Thule, but it will cost you a little bit more $.
Merebea Danforth x4236
May 28, 2009
Not locking your board or bike to your rack, and your rack to your ride, just invites trouble. Have peace of mind when you pop in for beers on the way back home. The Thule Lock Cylinders are a great theft deterrant, and as the other reviewer mentioned, why not get a few extra so if you get a new mount you can still use one key for it all.
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