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Robert Axle Project BOB Trailer 12mm Thru-Axle - M12 x 1.5 - 159/165mm

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Yes, you can attach a BOB Trailer to a thru axle equipped bike for adventures, trailwork or commuting around town. The Robert Axle for BOB Trailers are specifically engineered to attach the proven BOB Trailer to a thru axle equipped bike. Machined & tested in the USA, the BOB Trailer axles are designed for maximum strength & ease of use.

- Robert Axle for BOB Trailers allows use of the iconic BOB Trailer on 12mm thru-axle equipped bikes.
- No special tools required. Installed or removed using standard hex keys found on your multi-tool.
- Endorsed & approved by BOB Gear.
- Please note: This axle does not come with the BOB Trailer Bobbins. Those are available separately. Or they can be repurposed from the stock BOB Trailer Quick Release that came with your trailer.
- Materials: 7075 Aluminum & hard anodized axle shaft with Stainless Steel axle ends.
- Designed, built & quality tested in the USA. Proven on BOB adventures around the world.

Dimensions:
- The true length of this axle shaft is 165mm long. This axle comes with a 6mm flat spacer. So this axle can be 165 or 159mm long depending if the spacer is used.
- Thread Pitch: 1.5mm
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Overall Product Rating 4 / 5
Expensive but it works
By William Stevenson
28 Nov 2019
4 / 5
I recommend this product
This is for a Vitus Substance Sora Adventure bike. I simply counted several threads and measured with a ruler to get thread pitch which was 1.5mm. Measured the axle length not including the non-drive side lump which incorporates the unscrewing lever on the axle. That was 165 mm. I used the thinner of the 2 washers that come with the axle on the non-drive side and another thinner one on the drive side to ensure that when you screw the bobbin into the drive side end of the axle, the washer (and thus the dropout) is gripped by the bobbin- as opposed to just screwing into the axle end if the 2nd washer wasn't there. Just done a 270 km trip with 25 kg payload, including the BOB, where everything worked well
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Is this the right one?
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14 Jun 2018
Using your guide, my axle is 167mm with a pitch of 1.5. The closest part you stock is the BOB112 (159-165mm). Is the BOB112 OK for me?

Also, could you tell me the diameter of that part of the bobbin that the trailer hooks onto. Mine is not a Bob trailer and I need to check it will slot onto the attachment point.

Many thanks
Hi there,

You would need to discuss this with the manufacturer of your bicycle, we would not recommend that it would be suitable.

You can see how the trailer fits here - http://www.bobgear.com/uploads/cms/files/yak_omt01c-1(1).pdf

Thanks