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Bob Nutz Extras

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $25.00

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BOB NUTZ UseThese whenyour bike doesn’t have quick-release hubs. A set of BOB Nutz lets you attach any YAK or IBEXTrailerTo solid-axle wheels and internally-geared hubs. In just a few minutes, you can be attaching your BOBTrailerTo your bike.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by TwoWheelinTim a Cross Country Rider from Humboldt CA

Date Reviewed: July 1, 2009

Strengths:    Solid, well designed. Does the job it's supposedto do.

Weaknesses:    Newer design only has two wrench flats instead of six leaving fewer choices of wrench position when removing the wheel. First set I received had a major manufacturing defect. They were replaced with a good set at no additional charge.

Bottom Line:   
You really don't have a choice, B.O.B is the sole manufacturer of this design and have proprietary rights. That said, I like this set up better than the quick release. The skewer in the quick release set up was prone to bending easily, and I had difficulty getting it close tight enough to keep from working its way loose, particularly when I had a heavier load. Replacing the hollow axle with a solid one and reefing a set of nuts on the end of the new axle has cured my loose wheel blues. I went with Bikeman because they were the only shop I could find who carried both the axle and the Nutz. They were helpful and with the exception of a shipping snafu, it was pleasant transaction.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $25.00

Purchased At:   Bikeman

Similar Products Used:   B.O.B set up with quick release.

Bike Setup:   26" dual purpose tires, rigid mountain bike frame with low riser bar, rigid fork, 8 speed cassette, linear pull cantilever brakes, and platform pedals.

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