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Split Shaft Collars, Steel

For Positioning the Hang Straps on the TrikeBuggy

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Black Oxide Steel Split Shaft Collars

Split Shaft Collars

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TrikeBuggy Parts:
   Gibraltar Clamps
   Split Shaft Collars
   Aluminum Collars
   Stainless Steel Collars
   Aluminum Carabiners
   Stainless Carabiners
   TrikeBuggy Mirror
   "Slider" Back Axle
   Buggy Accessories

Split Shaft Collars allow us to position the Hang Strap anywhere along the top of the Power Loop.

These black oxide steel collars "split" in the middle to allow them to be attached to the tubing without having to slide them on from an end. They are fastened together with hex head Allen Bolts. 1" inside diameter.

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