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Robert Axle Project Kid Trailer 12mm Thru-Axle - M12 x 1.75 - 174/180mm

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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

Dimensions:
- The true length of this axle shaft is 180mm long. This axle comes with a 6mm thick flat spacer. So this axle can be 180 or 174mm long depending if the spacer is used.
- Thread Pitch: 1.75mm
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Product Reviews (1)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Great bit of kit!
By
27 Oct 2018
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone yet!
ProsSuperb quality, great fit, simple to use, quick delivery
Was struggling to attach a kiddie trailer to my Stanton Switchback, which has replaceable dropouts and are quite an odd shape with no flat surface. Got recommended the Robert Axle Project by my LBS. Perfect fit first time and can now take grandson or dog out with us on longer adventures.
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I have a specialized levo. Do you have a through axle to fit so I can attach a bolt on dog trailer?
By
12 Apr 2018
Hi there,

This will depend on the trailer you are using, you can use the following site to determine your axle - https://robertaxleproject.com/cargo/

Thanks