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Torque Bar for rear dropouts

$38.50

Rear bicycle dropouts are usually thicker and stronger than the front fork dropouts, so more often than not a rear torque arm isn’t necessary. But in cases with shallow vertical dropouts, or with powerful (>1000 watts) motor setups, it can be as important as the front. This design uses multiple hose clamp slots to secure to the arm to a seatstay tube. The axle plate can flip directions to accommodate both horizontal and vertical dropouts, while the hose-clamp arm clears up and over most eyelet holes present on the rear.

Description

Description

Rear bicycle dropouts are usually thicker and stronger than the front fork dropouts, so more often than not a rear torque arm isn’t necessary. But in cases with shallow vertical dropouts, or with powerful (>1000 watts) motor setups, it can be as important as the front. This design uses multiple hose clamp slots to secure to the arm to a seatstay tube. The axle plate can flip directions to accommodate both horizontal and vertical dropouts, while the hose-clamp arm clears up and over most eyelet holes present on the rear.