Robert Axle Project Kid Trailer 12mm Thru-Axle - M12 x 1.0 - 217/229mm

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Please note: When selecting the correct axle for your bike there is a handy Thru Axle Finder so you can easily find the exact axle you need. This can be found by scrolling down the page to the downloads section or by visiting the Robert Axle brand page on our website. If you are still unsure then please contact us before purchase.

Whether you are towing your kids, your dog, or a cooler full of refreshments, the Robert Axle Project has the thru axle solution. The Kid Trailer Thru Axles allow you to attach a “hitch mount” style trailer, to any thru-axle equipped bike. Machined & tested in the USA, the Kid Trailer axles are designed for maximum strength & ease of use.

- For use with hitch mount style trailers common with child carriers such as Thule/Chariot, Burley, InStep, Croozer & more.
- Stainless steel axle end provides an M10x1 threaded stud that accepts any hitch from popular trailers.
- Trailer hitch is NOT included. Customers will use hitch provided by trailer manufacturer.
- Installed or removed using a 5mm Allen wrench.
- Designed, built & quality tested in the USA. Proven around the world.
- Materials: 7075 Aluminum & Stainless Steel

- The true length of this axle shaft is 229mm long. This axle comes with a 12mm thick tapered spacer. So this axle can be 229 or 217mm long depending on spacer used.
- Thread Pitch: 1.0mm
- Compatible with Syntace 12x197 axles as well as other manufacturers with similar dimensions.
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Brilliant Product!
22 Jun 2017
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Clean and well designed product for a specific need. Job well done!
Questions & Answers (1)
question of strength
11 Feb 2019
What material are these? are they strong enough to pull a heavy load?
Made of 7075 Aluminum & Stainless Steel.
All depends on what do you mean by a heavy load.
Strong enough for bicycle use.
Many thanks