The 3-Rod Adjustable Buzz Bars come supplied as a pair with one for the bite alarms and one for back rests. They have a central screw thread for attaching to a bankstick but also have blanking caps on each end. This means that you can use the Black Label Conversion Kit to transform them from standard buzz bars into an adjustable goal post setup. In addition the central thread can then be removed to make them look like ‘proper’ goal posts.
As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Fox Black Label 3 Rod Adjustable Buzz Bars, North East Tackle Supplies are known for stocking the very best in carp fishing equipment from a variety of industry-leading brands including Fox. Our range Fox Black Label 3 Rod Adjustable Buzz Bars are used by amateurs and professionals!
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