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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2004 2:25 pm 
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I'm currently using Zipp quick-release skewers-weight about 85 grams. Are there any alternative quick release skewers that would result in a significant weight savings?
If so, where can they be purchased in the USA?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2004 2:27 pm 
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Yes the Tune "Quickie" are very light http://asv-ski.de/Tune_en/index.php4?id ... 6&aktiv_ar[0]=2&aktiv_ar[1]=2&chao=Tune_en&PHPSESSID=6abba3dcc53d35b21c464ab362991a0a


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USE Titanium spin stix.

55g and very easy to use.

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doozer wrote:
USE Titanium spin stix.

55g and very easy to use.

Doozer :mrgreen:

The SpinStix are very nice, but they won't work in all orientations if you have Wright/Breezer style hooded rear dropouts.

Bold are really good also, 49 gr per pair 8), and beautiful.
http://www.boldprecision.com/bicycle.htm#skewers

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American Classic Ti nice. They are easy to use and robust. I've been using for two seasons without any problems.

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Bold precision super light weight, super expensive.

Do a search under my name with Bold precision and you will find a shop in SoCal thats stocks them.

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I personally think the Tune Schnellspanner are the best qr's! I beleve that the road version even has a Al. axle!

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The SpeedCific skewers are not as light, 76 gr, but a good deal for the money: $29.00.
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http://oddsandendos.safeshopper.com/8/105.htm?937

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