Kuat Trio Phat Bike Adapter

Kuat Trio Phat Bike Adapter
Kuat Trio Phat Bike Adapter
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Trio Phat Bike Adapter by Kuat
Turn your skinny-tire Kuat Trio bike rack into a fat-tire-lugging beast with the Kuat Trio Phat Bike Adapter.

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SKU: KUA000B
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