Thule Thru-Axle Adapter

Thule Thru-Axle Adapter
Thule Thru-Axle Adapter
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Thru-Axle Adapter by Thule
Unfortunately, your 20mm thru-axle won't mount on your QR-mount bike rack. The Thule Thru-Axle Fork adapter solves the problem quickly, easily, and inexpensively. The Thru-Axle Adapter works on any QR-mount bike rack, regardless of brand.

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SKU: THU0321
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