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Kuat Trio Phat Bike Adapter

$19.00 - $29.00

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    • One Color, 15mm x 142mm
    • One Color, 9mm
    • One Color, 15mm x 150mm

    2 Reviews


    Get phat.

    Turn your skinny-tire Kuat Trio bike rack into a fat-tire-lugging beast with the Kuat Trio Phat Bike Adapter.

    • Wheel strap extension included
    • Item #KUA000B

    Tech Specs

    Kuat Trio
    Part Number
    TRP9, TRP15
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Great Fat Bike Roof Mounting Option

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The details didn't call it out, but this is the 15x150mm version of the adapter. It installed quickly onto my Trio rack with just an allen key. The strap that is included for securing the rear wheel is kinda janky but considering this only cost $20 I couldn't be happier.

    Great Fat Bike Roof Mounting Option

    Expands options of Trio rack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought the 9mm version for my Trio rack to use with my Pugsley, which has a 10x135mm QR fork. It installed easily and mated up with my fork just fine. Swapping this out for the 15mm adapter to use with my other bike takes about 2 minutes. I only gave it 4 stars because the strap that's included is just another regular-size strap. You can slip it into your existing strap and extend the length to fit around a fat tire, but the added hardware rubs either the tire or the rim. It's functional, but just seems like a shoddy compliment to an otherwise well-designed and well-built roof rack system. Simply providing a longer plastic strap would be a welcome improvement.

    Unanswered Question

    There are two different answers regarding the front hub spacing? Which one is available currently? 142mm or 150mm?