It's not a q/r. The question is 135 thru axle or 142 thru axle. In either case it is not an open dropout.Even though the listing states they were 10x135, mistakes sometimes happen. Are they open dropouts? Meaning you can slide the skewers into the slots? Or is it a simple hole in each dropout, threaded or othewise? 135 will be a slot for sure, and while its hard to see in that pic, I don't think its a slot.
Thats fair, but the only 10x135 thru axles Ive seen are for use with QR dropouts, not a thicker threaded dropout or one with a recess for an E-type bolt. If it is a longer T/A that threads into the opposite dropout, I would think it would be proprietary to that frame then, and usually be provided with it.It's not a q/r. The question is 135 thru axle or 142 thru axle.
Just a long skewer. The frame uses Dave Weagle's split-pivot suspension design. It's similar in appearance to Trek's ABP.What is that, an extra long skewer? Does the hollow QR axle fit it that recess in the dropout? Interesting idea, and looks pretty sturdy. Happy to hear you got it all sorted out.