Box Lift (571) by Thule®. The Thule Box Lift solves 2 problems common to large cargo items: what to do with them when you're not using them and how to get them on the roof. The Box Lift safely holds cargo boxes or other large gear up to 220 lbs. and 39" wide and the crank system makes it easy to lower them to the vehicle roof. The Box Lift mounts easily to ceiling studs or rafters.
- Stores roof boxes or other gear safely and securely near the garage ceiling
- Crank system for raising and lowering
- Holds cargo up to 220 lbs. and approx. 39" wide
- Yellow-chromated metal components and polypropylene line
- Adjustable to accommodate everything from cargo boxes to kayaks
- Comes with everything required for installation, including instructions
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
A roof mounted cargo box can take up a lot of room when not in use, and large gear like that usually requires 2 people to wrestle it up onto the roof. With the Box Lift you can get that cargo box, kayak, ladder or surfboard up off the floor and out of the way, and getting it on the roof is now a one-person job. The Box Lift can safely hold gear up to 220 lbs. and 39" wide. The convenient crank system lets you raise your gear up to the ceiling, and then when you need it you can lower it to the vehicle's roof with precision and care.
The Thule Box Lift includes metal components that are yellow-chromate plated for appearance and durability, and rugged polypropylene line. The line is adjustable to accommodate wider cargo like a roof box and thinner gear like a surfboard. The Box Lift should be mounted to ceiling studs or rafters that can safely bear the weight. It comes with everything necessary for installation, including detailed instructions. The limited lifetime warranty applies to the original purchaser of the product, and warrants the product against manufacturer's defects in materials or workmanship.
Thule® designs and manufactures products for outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, and those that lead an active lifestyle. They specialize in developing and marketing cargo transportation solutions so these people can bring their gear with them wherever they go, whatever they drive. Thule was founded in Sweden in 1942, and built their first roof rack system in the 1960s. Today Thule leads the market with innovative products for transporting, bicycles, watercraft, snowsport equipment and other gear on the roof, with the trailer hitch, on the trunk or hatch, or in the pickup bed. Thule manufactures the strongest, most durable and longest lasting load carrying systems on the market, and backs their products with a lifetime warranty. Over 80% of Thule products sold in North America are made in USA, and Thule employs over 1,000 American workers.