Cutter Quickie Skewer

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Removing your wheels often? Cutter?s Quickie Skewers offer a simple, dependable solution when you?re going between roof rack, to apartment, to the back of your friend?s car and back again. These hardened steel skewers lock your wheels in place, without weighing you down. Rear and front wheel skewers included as well as a seatpost skewer.

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