Bullet Line Guides
Holds the Lines of your Glider for a Perfect Inflation
Extendable Line Guides for the Bullet
These extendable Line Guides give pilots the ability to keep the initial pressure of inflation away from their Paramotor cage.
The Line Guides are mounted to the Curved Tubes of the TrikeBuggy Bullet and can be moved forward or rearward to get the perfect fit with any Paramotor.
They are extendable lengthwise to accomodate any cage size. These line guides should be just slightly wider than the cage, allowing the lines to slip up and out along the cage as the wing inflates.
When using these Line Guides, always be sure to check that ALL lines are properly routed through the holder and not beneath it, or they will snag it on the way up. Preflight!!
Sold in pairs. Chromed stainless steel construction.
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