Pyranha Brass Centred Wheelnut


RRP: £2.30
NOW: £2.16 (£1.80 ex VAT)

Availability:  25 in stock




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Kayak Footrest Bolts or Kayak Spare Parts

The Pyranha Brass centred wheel nuts are essential to keeping your kayak footrest secure in your white water kayak. A loose footrest is not only annoying but it’s also dangerous.

Pyranha have used two different size options of these nits. The 6mm version are what have been used since 2009 to current day and fit the majority of boats. Boats manufactured before 2009 will use the slightly large 8mm version. These kayak footrest bolts are sold individually. It is always worth carrying a few of these in your kayak safety kit.


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