Need to run your racks without FreeLoaders, have a PeaPod or Hooptie on the FlightDeck, or your racks feel like they have a bit of sway?
Whatchamacollars to the rescue! These clever little clamps hold the racks into your LongTail compatible frame, reducing sway and adding some extra security for your precious cargo on deck. They come in pairs, and your bike can take up to four - one per rack is required for the Yepp Pea Pod and Hooptie, but two per rack is twice as nice for reducing sway.
Includes: One pair of Whatchamacollar clamps, two O-rings, four bolts.
|Materials||Aluminum, Steel Bolts, Rubber O-ring|
|Weight||About 113 grams. (pair)|
|Compatibility||Works with all LT standard compatible bikes! EdgeRunner, CargoJoe, Radish, Big Dummy, and FreeRadicals to name a few.|
|Not compatible with:||Non-LongTail standard bikes! (Mundo, Ute, etc)|
Whatchamacollars are guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects for one (1) year from the original date of purchase.
Defective products will be repaired or replaced at Xtracycle's discretion. To determine if a warranty claim is valid you may be required to return the product to Xtracycle for inspection. Xtracycle is not responsible for removal, installation or shipping costs. This warranty applies only to the original buyer and is not transferable.
This warranty does not cover damage from use of this product outside of its intended range or that resulting from modification or neglect. It also does not cover wear and tear resulting from the normal use of the product.
We stand behind our products and expect them to serve you well. If think you have a warranty issue, please email us with as much information as you can. Particularly helpful information includes: Pictures of the issue, any background on how and where you were using the product when you discovered the issue, and proof of purchase.
Thank you for your help in resolving your warranty inquiry as efficiently as possible.
These instructions are up-to-date for all Whatchamacollars. Refer to this blog post for more tips and tricks if you're having any issues, particularly with older collars.