Tubus Clamp for Light Mounting Bracket for Airy

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Clamp section of the Light Mounting Bracket for use with Airy racks. Two clamps and M5 sleeve nuts (available seperately under SJSC # 58039 / Tubus # 43811) required for full assembly.
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Overall Product Rating 2.5 / 5
Awful. But not SJS fault. This is all Tubus.
By Masumi
12 Oct 2022
1 / 5
ConsToo many too mention. Read my book above.
Awful. First there isn't anything for instructions minus pulling up a PDF from Tubus website related to the Airy Rack itself. Cheaply made. Didn't hold up. And now is sitting in tool box, when it should probably be in the trash. Tubus has done an awful job of making sure it's customers are taken care of after purchase. In my case it is a $400 (US $) Ti rack. They had a fire a while ago and now everyone is forgotten. I had to order this part to ship to the US as nobody here had the part. Nobody. And Ortlieb which if I understand is part of their company on some level is also guilty. Neither Tubus or Ortlieb returned communication. And they are both hard to reach as the channels of communication are limited. Funny thing is I never even write reviews when I'm disappointed. I just move on. In this case I had to. Steer far away from Tubus. And I want to emphasize this isn't the fault of SJS.
Well made but flawed in operation.
By David
22 Sep 2022
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsInconsistency of rack manufacture may necessitate adaptations to rack and strap.
ProsStrong, well made, grips tightly.
Had my doubts about how well this strap would grip the curved section at the rear of the Airy rack. Needn't have worried as the strap adapts to the curve well and provides a nice tight grip. Problem came with the rear light pointing downwards even when the strap was slid as far up the curve as possible. Had to Dremel away some of the weld off the rack, Dremel recesses in the straps and file an angle on the mounting boss flats of the straps to get the light horizontal.
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