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Curve Skewers Skewer

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MSRP : $60.00


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Curve Skewers


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Overall Rating:3
Submitted by Dan K. a racer from truckee, ca

Date Reviewed: June 15, 1996

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They look nice and weigh about the same as other ti skewers.
But you have to tighten them, close them, and turn them clockwise to really get good force on the wheel.
I'm sure there are other skewers that don't have to do this, like maybe Kore or Salsa. They cost about 60 bucks.

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