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Fit Kit for Thule Evo Flush Roof Rack Feet - 186013

Fit Kit for Thule Evo Flush Roof Rack Feet - 186013

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These custom clips and pads let you mount Thule Evo Flush feet on your vehicle with flush, factory side rails. Clips attach to a mounting bolt in the foot assembly and tighten together with an included torque tool. Kit includes 4 clips and 4 pads. Lowest Prices for the best roof rack from Thule. Fit Kit for Thule Evo Flush Roof Rack Feet - 186013 part number TH186013 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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These custom clips and pads let you mount Thule Evo Flush feet on your vehicle with flush, factory side rails. Clips attach to a mounting bolt in the foot assembly and tighten together with an included torque tool. Kit includes 4 clips and 4 pads.


  • Custom-fit clips and pads let you mount Evo Flush Rail feet (sold separately) on your vehicle with flush side rails
  • Inner and outer clips tighten together with a single bolt for even, secure grip on rails
    • Rubber coated steel clips are durable and rust resistant
  • Molded rubber pads fit the contours of your flush, factory side rails
    • Slide onto bottoms of feet
    • Protect roof from scratches and abrasions


  • Quantity: 4 clips and 4 pads
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Secure, Clamp-On Installation

Thule Fit Kit Clamping to Vehicle

The fit kit clips are easy to install on Evo Flush Rail feet (sold separately). Just remove the lockable covers, slide the inner and outer clips over the mounting bolt, screw on the socket head nut, and insert the mounting pads onto the bottoms of the feet.

Thule Fit Kit Single Attachment Point

To complete installation, place the fully assembled rack on your flush rails and tighten the rack in place with the torque tool included with the Evo Flush Rail feet. The inner and outer clips in each foot tighten with a single mounting bolt to ensure an even, secure grip on your rails. An audible click from the torque tool indicates the rack is secured properly.

Protection for Your Rails

Thule Fit Kit Rubber Pads

The rubber-coated steel clips and molded rubber pads protect your side rails from scratches and abrasions. The pads easily slide onto the bottoms of each foot, and they're designed to fit the shape and contour of your vehicle's flush rails.

186013 Custom Base Clips and Pads for Thule Evo Flush Roof Rack Feet - Qty 4

Replaces Thule THKIT4062

Item # TH186013

Installation Details TH186013 Installation instructions

Video of Fit Kit for Thule Evo Flush Roof Rack Feet - 186013

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Thule WingBar Evo Crossbars Installation - 2018 Hyundai Tucson

Everyone It's Colin here at etrailer and today we have a 2018 Hyundai Tucson. Now we're going to go and do a test of this Thule Wingbar Evo roof rack system. This is going to mount to the flush side rails on your Tucson. It's going to be a nice rack to put on top so you can get your favorite rooftop accessories loaded up.You could have a couple of bike racks because being able to get bike racks up there and not have to cram them inside of your Hyundai. Especially if they're dirty mountain bikes. You don't want to get the interior of your car dirty.

You could throw a couple of kayaks up there. But we know that you're not going to get even one kayak in here.So you being able to throw a couple on top of your roof. Being able to get out to the water with your friend or your spouse is definitely a huge advantage. Even if you want just get a cargo box up here for more storage space for those longer trips, that's an option as well. Now, like I said, this is going to mount to the flush side rails of your Tucson.We have a couple of different parts making up its roof rack.

We'll start up top and work our way down. Up top, we have these 47 inch long wing bar Evo crossbars. You can see they're in black right now. But they're also available in silver. So if you think that'll match your Tucson better or you just like silver more than black, you can pick those up here at etrailer.Both kits are available.

We have a nice aerodynamic shape on these crossbars that helps cut down on wind noise and drag while we're traveling. We can also access our T slot by just flipping over that cap right there. We can just take our T bolt accessory, slide it into the track right there, get it to the desired location, tighten it down, and then we are good to go.Now down here we have our Evo flush rail feet. This is kind of the middleman between our crossbars and our flush mount side rails. Take the end cap off so you guys can see what it looks like.

We're going to have the flush rail foot and then we have the fit kits specifically designed for our Tucson. It includes two hooks.That we have this bracket on the outside and we have one on the inside as well. Then the pad that matches the contours of our flush side rails very well for a nice and secure fit. The hooks are rubber coated and then the rubber pad obviously is not going to harm or scratch the finish of your side rail.Then we just have that one bolt right here that secures both brackets and it also locks it into the channel of our wing bar. When we put the end cap back on, I do want to point out, we have these plastic locks that come with your kit. However, if you want more security for your roof rack, you can just replace that with the two lead, one key system.You can get one for each foot so that no one can just come up and take the end cap off and then remove your roof rack. Now I do want to provide you guys with a few measurements. First, from the top of our roof to the bottom of our wing bar, it's going to be about two and seven eighths of an inch.That should be more than enough space to get your clamp on accessories underneath your crossbar, not risking damaging your rooftop. Obviously do want to be careful just not to throw stuff around. You might scratch it up. Now if we go from the top of our flush side row, to the top of our wing bar, that's going to be about four inches.That's something to keep in mind because you do have that added height to your roof. Although with your Tucson, it's not a high sitting vehicle so you probably shouldn't have to worry about any of those low clearance situations. But it's definitely something you want to remember. This wing bar setup does have a weight capacity of 220 pounds.So you're going to be able to get a lot of stuff out there. But I advise double checking your Tucson's owner's manual. Make sure that your roof can handle that weight before you load it up and obviously go with the lower number. Now that we've gone over some of those features, I'll walk you guys through how to get this installed on your Hyundai.We've got the front crossbar installed. The second one's going to assemble and install the exact same way. So just going to flip it over and what we need to do is kind of assemble our fit kit onto our flush rail foot. So what we're going to do is, we have the flush rail foot. Stick the first bracket, and they're actually labeled A, B, and C.Probably is too hard to see on camera, but there is an A right there. That lets you know that this bracket goes first with the two little prongs right here. They just go right in over top of that bolt. Hold it in place right there. The pad is going to be the B and again it says the B on there, right there.If you don't see it on camera, you'll see it in person. This will just go in place on the bottom. You just push it down and in. Make sure you get it all the way up and in there. There we go. Now we have that bracket was A. Pad was B. Then we have this bracket is C. It just kind of hooks on right there and then it goes through that hole.Then the last is going to be letter D, which is the bolt. Just thread it onto the bolt on the inside. Or I should say D is kind of the lock nut right here. The two leads version of it. So you thread that on just a little bit. Everything's installed. So what we'll do now is take this top piece right here and that's going to slide into the bottom channel of our crossbar.So right here it's just going to go into the track. For you too, you might need to loosen up the clamp a little bit. There we go. Now it's in there. See it's loose. That's what we want, to be able to slide it back and forth. Take the end cap and put it on. Now we're ready to get it on our roof. We'll just raise it over top and set it onto the flush side rails.You just need to make sure you get the clamps on both sides of the crossbar and that pad should be sitting on top like so. Now from here, we measure our crossbar spread and make sure it's the same on both sides. There's no set measurement. We just need to make sure it's at least 27 and a half inches.So we're going to do is measure from the front of our back crossbar to the front of our front cross bar. Exactly 29 inches right now. We'll go ahead and stick with that. Again, make sure that it's the same on both sides before you begin tightening it down. I think it's easier just to use your hand to tighten it down first as far as you can get it.Just goes a little bit faster than holding the tool. Then what we can do is grab our included tool and tighten down the rest of the way. The tool will let you know when it's fully secure by giving you a couple loud audible clicks. Just like that. We know it's torqued down correctly. Now we'll go to the other side and do the same thing.Now we can just take our end cap and put that on as well. Once you've got both of them installed, I always like to grab ahold of both of the crossbars and give the roof rack and good shake to make sure it's secure. Go front and back, up and down. You can see the entire vehicle is moving. We know this thing's not going anywhere. But now we're ready to load up our favorite Thule rooftop accessories and then hit the road.Well everyone that's just going to about do for our test of this Thule Wingbar Evo roof rack system on our 2018 Hyundai Tucson.

Customer Reviews

Fit Kit for Thule Evo Flush Roof Rack Feet - 186013 - TH186013

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

These custom clips and pads let you mount Thule Evo Flush feet on your vehicle with flush, factory side rails. Clips attach to a mounting bolt in the foot assembly and tighten together with an included torque tool. Kit includes 4 clips and 4 pads.

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Review from a similar Evo Flush Fit Kit in Roof Rack

The people at etrailer we’re great to deal with. They kept me up to date on my order and everything came perfectly fine. The Thule roof rack with the evo wingbar is a great product and was easy to install. I had one issue with the rubber strip on the wingbar and the people at etrailer took care of it super quick. Would definitely recommend them. 760333


Ask the Experts about this Thule Roof Rack

  • Compatibility of a Thule Foot Pack With Rhino Rack Crossbars
    Rhino Rack crossbars are only compatible with a Rhino Rack Foot Pack. The same goes for Thule crossbars as well. Even though your Rhino Rack crossbars are not compatible with a Thule foot pack, I still have a solution for your roof rack needs. We currently do not offer a Rhino Rack foot pack that will fit on your Tucson, but we do have a Thule foot pack that will work that will work. Thule has a Roof Rack that uses their Aero bars which includes the Aero Load Bars # TH711200, Evo...
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  • Roof Rack Recommendations for 2016 Hyundai Tucson
    Thank you for the photo of your 2016 Hyundai Tucson. We can certainly help you choose a roof rack. For your Tucson with flush rails I like Thule's WingBar Podium system made up of parts # TH711200, # TH710601 and # TH186013. This rack will be quieter than all other types.
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  • Recommended Roof Rack Confirmed to Fit a 2017 Hyundai Tucson with Flush Factory Rails
    For your 2017 Hyundai Tucson, the Rola Sport Series roof rax with REX Mounting system is not a confirmed fit. We don't have a Rola roof rack that is a fit for your vehicle, so even though it may look the same it is not identical to the Sportage or the Santa Fe. I recommend the Thule AeroBlade Edge Roof Rack - Fixed Mounting Points/Flush, Factory Side Rails - Aluminum - Silver # TH7602-TH7602 along with the discontinued fit kit 4062. This will give you a sleek factory roof rack look....
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  • Thule Square Bar Roof Rack for a 2016 Hyundai Tucson
    Thule Roll Model 884 does fit Thule square bars only (or bars that are exactly the same dimensions (1-1/4 wide by 7/8 tall)). To add Thule square bars to your 2016 Hyundai Tucson you will need 3 parts: The bars themselves # TH712200 Evo Flush feet # TH710601 Fit kit # TH186013 I linked a video showing off the bars.
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  • 2016 Hyundai Tucson Thule Roof Rack Recommendation
    The correct components you need to complete a Thule Aeroblade Edge Roof Rack are part # TH7602-TH7602 for the crossbars and feet along with the discontinued fit kit 4062. If your 2016-2018 Tucson has flush mounted rails, you can use the WingBar crossbars # TH711420, feet # TH710601, and fit kit # TH186013. For your 2013-2016 Santa Fe, the rack you will want consists of the same WingBar # TH711420, Evo feet # TH710501, and Fit kit # TH145059. This crossbars don't end at the feet,...
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  • Recommended Parts Needed to Carry a 12 Jon Boat on the Roof of a 2019 Hyundai Tucson
    We do have a solution for you via installing a roof rack on your 2019 Hyundai Tucson. If your Tucson has flush mount rails that run front to back then I recommend the Thule WingBar Evo roof rack which consists of 47" # TH711220 WingBar Evo Bars, the Evo Flush Foot Pack # TH710601, and Fit Kit # TH186013. If you just have a naked roof (no rails) then I recommend the Inno Aero style roof rack which uses Crossbars # INXB138-145, Through Feet # INXS250, and Fit Kit # INK680. The Thule...
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Test Fit:
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