Thule 667 es excursion es rooftop cargo box


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Thule 667 es excursion es rooftop cargo box

  1. 1. Thule 667ES Excursion ES Rooftop Cargo Box Average Customer Rating 4.1 out of 5 Product Feature q Carries 13 cubic feet or up to 110 lbs of cargo per box q Rear-side opening for easier loading and unloading of cargo q Easy-Snap mounting hardware assembles in minutes for quick installation q 1 One-Key Locks (included) secure box contents and lock the box to the carrier q Fits Thule rack systems, round bars and most factory racks q Read moreProduct DescriptionA cargo box that is perfect for the next family vacation at an affordable priceProduct DescriptionThe Thule 667ES Excursion Rooftop Cargo Box is a mid-sized roof box that is ideal for hauling a wide range ofequipment. Compact, yet heavy-duty in design and wider than other rooftop boxes in Thules classic Time Travel series,the 667ES Excursion allows for 13 cubic feet or up to 110-lbs of cargo per box. It also features a opening at the rear foraccess to cargo. The box is constructed UV and impact-resistent ABS plastic, ensuring years of durable wear. It iscompatible with all Thule base racks, as well as most any aftermarket or factory roof rack, and installs and can beremoved from your rack in minutes without the use of tools via the Thule Easy-Snap mounting system. All the necessarymounting hardware and straps are included, and the unit is covered by a lifetime limited warranty.
  2. 2. A standard mid-sized rooftop box,perfect for general use.View larger.Get Your Gear Out of the Car and onto Your RoofThules cargo boxes are designed with your active life in mind. Compatible with all Thule rack systems, as well as roundbar and most factory racks, they allow you to get your gear out of your car and onto the top of your roof - savingprecious interior space, keeping moisture out of your vehicle when hauling snow sport or water sport gear and securingitems that would otherwise roll around during transit. They are innovative, built to last, are easy to load and unload andbreak down quickly and easily when the time comes. Finally, Thules assortment of rooftop boxes gives you manyoptions to transport your gear safely, easily and in style. Simply choose the one that best fits the length of your vehicleroof and rack and experience the difference they make in your travels.Installation with the Easy-Snap Mounting SystemInstallation and/or removal of the Excursion Rooftop Cargo Box from your rack is easy and fast via Thules Easy-Snapmounting system. This tool-free mounting system allows you to attach your rooftop box to virtually any roof rack inminutes. Each corner of the Excursion ES has a series of four pre-bored holes aligned along the length of the box.Included U-bolt hardware is slid up from the bottom, across the crossbars of your rack and into two of these four holes.Once through, the hardware attaches to one of the four supplied Easy-Snap clamps. Simply twist the top of the clampfor a secure hold that you can count on, and easily remove as you please. Also included as part of this system are fourrubber gaskets to protect the boxs finish, and vinyl hole covers to protect block the holes not in use. Because of thepre-bored holes, the Excursion ES requires a minimum spacing of rack crossbars of 23⅝", and a maximum spacing of31".Easy-Snap mounting system allows for usewith virtually any rack in minutes.View larger.
  3. 3. Unique rear oriented access to cargo.View larger.Simple Use, Stowage and SecurityOnce Thules Excursion ES Rooftop Cargo Box is installed it is easy to use. Secure, slip-free stowage of gear within thecargo box is provided via two included tie down straps that connect to the edges of the Easy-Snap clamps and cinchdown tightly. In addition, unique access to gear is guaranteed via a rear opening system built into the lid of Frontier ES.This allows for fast transfers of items between hatchbacks and the cargo box, and positions your rear bumper as a stepstool when need be. Finally, the Excursion ES Rooftop Cargo Box provides for maximum and convenient security of yourgear via a rear aligned, One-Key locking system.Whats in the Box1-Thule 667ES Excursion Rooftop Cargo Box, 4-Easy-Snap housing clamps, 4-U-bolts, 4-rubber U-bolt gaskets, 1-sheet ofvinyl hole covers, 1-One-Key lock and key, 2-tie down straps, 1-users manual/warranty card.Key FeaturesRear-side opening for easier loading and unloading of cargoEasy-Snap mounting hardware assembles in minutes for quick installationHeavy-duty lid and base protects gear and keeps out the elementsCarries 13 cubic feet or up to 110-lbs of cargo per box1 One-Key Locks (included) secure box contents and lock the box to the carrierFits Thule rack systems, round bars and most factory racksTechnical SpecificationsStorage - 13 cubic feet or up to 110-lbs of cargo per boxLength (in) - 55.5"Width (in) - 35.2"Height (in) - 18.2"Weight (lbs) - 38 lbsMounting System - Easy-SnapBox Opening - Rear-sideOne-Key Lock System - Yes (rear)Capacity (Skis and Snowboards) - N/ALimited Lifetime WarrantyThule will warranty all Thule brand car rack systems and its accessories manufactured by Thule during the time that anoriginal retail purchaser owns the product. This warranty terminates if a purchaser transfers the product to any other
  4. 4. person. No warranty is given for defects caused by normal wear and tear, cosmetic rust, scratches, accidents, unlawfulvehicle operation, or modification of, or any types of repair of a load carrier system other than those authorized byThule.About ThuleThule was founded in 1942 by the Thulin family, when Eric Thulen, a true lover of the outdoors, put the Thule name on apike trap he designed and began to sell in Scandinavia. It wasnt long before he added other practical items to thecompanys portfolio. By the 1960s, the company began to concentrate on car-related products, including its first roofrack. The Thulin family sold Thule to the publicly listed company Eldon in 1979, and it has continued to grow bothorganically and through acquisitions ever since. The Thule Group is a world leader in providing transport solutions for anactive life.