Torque Bar for rear dropouts

$55.00

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.

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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.