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THE QUICK TORQUE CAM

Makes your pedal easier and faster! Modeled after the cam on a compound bow, The Quick Torque Cam makes it easier to push the pedal board down and returns the beater 30% faster. Installs on just about any pedal with no special tools.

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model # QTCRS - Quick Torque Cam for single pedals with round shaft

Right side cam compatible with all major brand single bass drum pedals excep DW, Axis single  and Sonor Perfect Balance. For those brands, choose from the other models pictured here, or see the list of pedal brands.

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Model # QTCSD - Quick Torque Cam for double pedals with square shaft

Right and left side cams compatible with DW double bass pedals. If you want to equip a different brand or an Axis pedal, choose from the other models pictured here, or see the list of pedal brands.

Right and left side cams compatible with DW double bass pedals. If you want to equip a different brand or an Axis pedal, choose from the other models pictured here, or see the list of pedal brands.

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model # QTCSS - Quick Torque Cam single pedals with square shaft

Right side cam compatible with DW pedals. If you want to equip a different brand or an Axis pedal, choose from the other models pictured here, or see the list of pedal brands

 

 

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model # QTCRD - Quick Torque Cams for double pedals with round shaft

Right and left side cams compatible with all major brand  double bass drum pedals except DW and Axis. For those brands,  choose from the other models pictured here, or see the list of pedal brands.

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