Blackburn Trainer and Trailer Axle Adapter

Blackburn Trainer and Trailer Axle Adapter
Blackburn Trainer and Trailer Axle Adapter
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Trainer and Trailer Axle Adapter by Blackburn
Blackburn's Trainer and Trailer Axle Adapter conversion kit replaces the original thru-axles on many disc brake bikes allowing you to use your bike on a trainer. This kit also allows you to install the Copilot trailer hitch on your thru-axle bike as well. Works on most bikes with 1. 5 or 1. 75mm thread pitches, and hub widths between 135-148mm.Choose thread pitch 1. 75mm for Rock Shox Maxle style thru-axles and the 1. 5mm version for Shimano and DT Swiss E-Thru.

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SKU: BLB003X
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