Swan to Flange converter

The swan to flange converter clamps onto the standard swan-neck tow-ball and gives two large bolt holes on a flange that matches the older format towball mounting flange. This allows older bike racks or other equipment to be fitted to a swan-neck towball.

The swan to flange converter is rated at 100Kg and is not suitable to fit a towing stabiliser.

Complete kit includes mounting bracket, outer casting, and clamshell

The outer casting is shown with the clamp bolt at the rear, but it can face either way as convenient.

Product Weight:4kg
Package Dimensions:

The core component of the Bak-Rak Swan to Flange adaptor is our patented clam shell.  The clam shell clamps onto the 5omm towball and is the basis of all our products.

The casting sits over the clamshell and a M12 bolt tightens it all together.   The fabrication is bolted to the casting – this fabrication provides 2 14mm holes on a Xmm centres – this replicates the mounts on a traditional flange-mounted tow bracket.

The core component of the Bak-Rak Swan to Flange adaptor is our patented clam shell.  The clam shell clamps onto the 5omm towball and is the basis of all our products.

The casting sits over the clamshell and a M12 bolt tightens it all together.   The fabrication is bolted to the casting – this fabrication provides 2 14mm holes on a Xmm centres – this replicates the mounts on a traditional flange-mounted tow bracket.

2 years subject to terms and load restrictions

The Bak-Rak Swan to flange adaptor is ideal for:-

  • Using those bike racks you used to use with your flange towball, despite the fact your current car has a swan-neck towbar fitted
  • Using with a Dave Cooper Motocross bike carrier
  • To fit your Pendle, Witter bike rack to your car.
  • Do not exceed noseweight rating of your vehicle or towbar

  • Do not exceed the maximum load specified by Bak-Rak Ltd

  • Ensure all loads are safely secured at all times

  • If your number plate or lights are obstructed by the rak or load, a lightbar must be used.

2 years subject to terms and load restrictions