Yakima 15MM T-Axle Fork Adapter - Yakima Rack Accessory

Yakima 15MM T-Axle Fork Adapter
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Product Code: 202099
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Status: In stock

Open Box Price: $47.20 Currently In Stock: 1
Product is complete, in near-mint condition, and comes with a full warranty. Packaging may be damaged.
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The Yakima 15MM T-Axle Fork Adapter allows bikes with 15MM axle to mount to any Yakima fork mount bicycle carrier. Install the Yakima 15MM T-Axle Fork Adapter to your bicycles front fork then mount your bike to the carrier, easy.


Features

  • Works with Yakima, Thule, and RockyMounts fork mounted bike carriers
  • Includes a single fork mount, enough to carry one 15MM bike
  • Welded certified steel body
  • Durable powder coated black finish
  • Built in safety tabs
  • Supports bikes with a 15MM inside axle diameter or a 100MM axle tube width

Specifications

Weight: 1.2lbs

Length (carton): 8"

Width (carton): 8"

Height (carton): 1.5"

UPC: 736745020996

Manufacturer: Yakima

Manufacturer Part Number: 8002099


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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions for this product. If you need more assistance you can email a rack-install technician, or call us at: 1-877-432-8301

No! Any tools required for installing this rack product come included in the box!

This comes down to your preference, the type of bikes you're carrying, and if you have any height restrictions. But for the most part if you're not riding a super fancy high-end road race bike then leaving your front tire on is easier, and more convenient.

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