Pyranha Ratchet Buckles


RRP: £20.95
NOW: £19.60 (£16.33 ex VAT)

Availability:  6 in stock

Silver / Red - Pair



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Kayak Ratchet Buckle or Pyranha Ratchet Buckle

The Pyranha Ratchet buckles are supplied in pairs, they also come with the nuts that are required to attach them to the kayak thigh braces. These work in conjunction with the ratchet kayak backrest that are fitted with in many Pyranha kayaks and give further adjustment to the back support.

It is well worth considering that you replace the ratchet strips at the same time to maximise the performance and to stop them slipping as they do get worn out.  

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  • Supplied in pairs
  • Supplied with fitting nuts
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