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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 3:50 pm 
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can you give me advices and links to light qr 25 grams???


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25 gr both...?...

Control Tech are F + R : 22 + 25 = 47 gr...

Heylight ? Tune ?...

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M2Racer.com, its a skewer but it's not quick release. 28grams for the pair, lightest ones I know of. I seem to recall an english company that was making something similar but I can't remember who.

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Tune AC14 (49-51 g)

Tune Skyline, 19 g; see: http://hometown.aol.de/ingenieurtec/1821486.htm

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I think Bold Precision skewers weigh about 50g for the pair. They also come highly reccomended.


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There is also the USE spin stix. 55g for the Ti pair, also a pretty solid clamp mech. Similar to a skewer only but you don't need a wrench.


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