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HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet

HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet

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HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
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HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
HANS AK1142-2 Quick Click for SA Helmet
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  • Anchor requires Quick Click tether to work properly
  • This Quick Click anchor attaches or releases instantly
  • It includes two anchors (right and left sides, hardware, and wrench)

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  • Quick Click anchor attaches or releases instantly
  • Includes two anchors (right and left sides, hardware, and wrench)
  • Requires Quick Click tether to work properly

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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