Slikfit 9MM ADAPTER Bike Rack

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Product Description

THE 9MM ADAPTER is compatible only with the SLIKFIT™ FATAXLE, our 20mm thru-axle fork mount locking bike rack. This adapter allows the user to convert the FATAXLE to a standard 9mm bike carrier. Includes the 20mm Axle Core and the 9mm Quick Release Skewer.

SLIKFIT™ 9MM ADAPTER features

  • Compatible only with the FATAXLE
  • Converts the FATAXLE to a standard 9mm Bike carrier
  • Includes 20mm axle core and 9mm Quick Release Skewer

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