Trynyty SCS Clamp - Anodized Black

Colour: Black

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Compression Type
Compression Type

Oversized SCS

What we love
What we love

Trynyty's original SCS clamp


From the crew at Canadian Trynyty, comes the SCS clamp. It is a super strong and durable SCS quad-clamp that is ready for either standard or oversized SCS pro scooters. Built to keep up with the grueling punishments that modern riders can subject their hardware to.


- Material: 6061 Aluminium
- Thread size: M6 
- Weight: 332g
- Suitable for: 31.8mm / 34.9mm bars (shim included)Top cap/bolt included: Yes

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Trynyty is a Canadian brand that produces high-end freestyle scooter parts. The company is widely known for delivering light, durable and stylish Trynyty wheels, bars and clamps. The best-selling and acclaimed Trynyty fenders come with minimalist designs and are compatible with most scooter decks.

Is this a good brand?
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What is the warranty policy for this brand?
All brands come with a standard 30 day manufacturers warranty against defaults and defects, however some items are covered for up to 12 months. For more information on this brand's warranty policy, including what's covered and what isn't, please get in touch and we'll be happy to advise.
Who rides for this brand?
Trynyty have always had a great team and has featured the likes of Ethan Kirk, Jordan Stanley and Cameron McRobbie.
Where is this brand based?
Trynyty comes from a group of homies down under in Australia.

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