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SRAM Titanium QR Skewer

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MSRP : $70.00

Product Description

There is something magical aboutTitanium, maybe it isThe jet fighter persona orThe unmistakable somewhat memorizing finish.Titanium isThe Do not use on a mountain bike, for road bike use only. Alloy lever w/Ti shaft Published weight 85 grams

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