SeaSucker HUSKE Fork Mount

SeaSucker HUSKE Fork Mount
SeaSucker HUSKE Fork Mount
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HUSKE Fork Mount by SeaSucker
The HUSKE Fork Mount is a universal fork mount designed for SeaSucker bike racks. It will fit almost any road or mountain bike via interchangeable plugs that are available for most common axle standards, including 9 x 100mm Quick Release, 12 x 100mm Thru-Axle, 15 x 100mm Thru-Axle, and 15 x 110mm Boost. The plugs are sold separately but are required in order to use the HUSKE. The HUSKE comes standard on all 2019 and newer SeaSucker racks, and can be used to upgrade older Talon, Mini Bomber, Bomber, and Falcon racks.

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SKU: SSQ000J
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