Light, strong, reliable and inexpensive skewer

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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DanW
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by DanW

If you contact someone like Clee Cycles or XCracer they should be able to do you a rear only. :thumbup:

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split
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by split

DT swiss TA 10 mm
S P L I T: 2010 Meivici: 14.4 lbs | 2003 Odile: 19 lbs | Hunter Cycles Cyclocross: 17 lbs | 2013 Dundee Cycles Jewell 29er: 17 lbs

jmh1974
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by jmh1974

People wishing for the option to purchase a single QR can do so from Mt Zoom. I purchased a rear one only and it's holding up fine on the mountain bike.

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thewatchtech
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by thewatchtech

I've tried the KCNC and J&L Ti skewers and just haven't been happy with them in MTB applications and not because I'm a Clyde. ;) Love them for 'cross and road but just too flexxy for MTB, IMHO. I always end up taking the weight penalty and going back to the beat up Salsa Ti's...

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