4-Bolt Wedge T-Clamp
This super versatile, super strong T-clamp lets you attach two 7/8 inch (22.2mm) tubes at 90 degrees to each other. One end of the T-clamp goes inside of and clamps to one of the tubes, while the outside of other tube is clamped by a pair of discreet but sturdy machined arches. You are free to choose which tube gets clamped which way. The 7/8 inch size means it's useful in all kinds of places. We use this clamp on our fairing mounts, SeatSide mounts, and we even use it to make display stands when we go to shows. Note: that this clamp is designed to hold accessories; it is NOT designed to hold handlebars in place.
1. What's it for?
2. How does it work?
3. Can I use it to hold my handlebars?
- A versatile clamp with a variety of uses. Designed to be very compact yet strong enough to lots of uses. That said, it's not designed to handle steering forces, so you can't use it to hold your handlebars together. Wedge clamp is optimized for 7/8in x 0.065in wall tubing (with an ID of 0.745-ish inches or 18.9mm). Face clamp is optimized for painted 7/8 in OD tubing. It will clamp a variety of other things, you'll need to test it when you are using it on tubing with different specs.
- Machined from 6061T6 aluminum and anodized black. All fasteners are stainless. Face clamp is 1.4in (35.5mm) wide. Wedge clamp is 1.0in (25.4mm) deep. Wedge clamp bolt is m6 with a 5mm socket head, arch clamp bolts are m4 with a 3mm socket head. Not for use as an integral part of a steering system, but may be used to attach accessories to handlebars.
- To adjust wedge clamp, slide the tube in the face clamp out to expose the 6mm wedge clamp bolt. If you slide the tube out just far enough to expose the 6mm bolt, leaving the tube held by one of the two face clamp arches, the tube held by the arch will make a nice handle while you adjust the wedge clamp.
- Fits nearly any place* you'd like to attach one 7/8in tube to another.
*Not for use in holding your steering system together- you need proper handlebar stems/bar ends for that.