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Apex Gama SCS Compression | Oversize

$99.95

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Apex Gama SCS Compression | Oversize

$99.95

or make 4 interest-free payments of $24.99 AUD fortnightly with Afterpay More info

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Apex Gama SCS Compression | Oversize

Apex Pro Scooters has introduced their new Gama clamp in a range of six colours. This new SCS compression clamp features a new 3-bolt design, now using 3 M8 bolts for extra strength and support.

The Apex Gama SCS clamp is primarily designed for standard size bars, although removing the shim that it comes with enables you to use HIC bars (you will need to ensure the slit in HIC bars has been removed).

Weighing in at only 247 grams, this is currently one of the lightest available standard compression systems available.

Note:

Whilst Apex Gama SCS will work perfectly with most set-ups, when fitting SCS to your scooter you may have to make some modifications to your bars or forks, depending on what you currently run.

Apex Gama SCS Compression | Oversize

Apex Pro Scooters has introduced their new Gama clamp in a range of six colours. This new SCS compression clamp features a new 3-bolt design, now using 3 M8 bolts for extra strength and support.

The Apex Gama SCS clamp is primarily designed for standard size bars, although removing the shim that it comes with enables you to use HIC bars (you will need to ensure the slit in HIC bars has been removed).

Weighing in at only 247 grams, this is currently one of the lightest available standard compression systems available.

Note:

Whilst Apex Gama SCS will work perfectly with most set-ups, when fitting SCS to your scooter you may have to make some modifications to your bars or forks, depending on what you currently run.

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