Did you read the coupon page?514Climber said:And I tried copy/paste
It's a tough question for me because I've never used them. I did run across them in mtbr discussions, and I did want to switch to them from my Nashbar bolt-ons (65g I reckon)Jersey said:are these Control Tech skewers decent for bolt-ons?
bikeman.com has them for $39.95 too.MegaVolt said:
Yep... They only have road (130mm rear) version of it now, and I was after the MTB (rear 135mm) version.VT Mike said:bikeman.com has them for $39.95 too.
So... wait a second. My older model, super light, Control Tech bolt on skewers are only nominally less stiff then my newish steel LX quick release skewers? What's with all this talk now about Ti front skewers being too flexy? Is that still applicable with a stiffer fork like a Fox?MegaVolt said:Control Tech Ti 5mm, 46g, 2.1mm deflection
Tune Ti/Alloy QR, 48g, 3.0mm deflection
SRP Ti 5mm, 52g, 2.2mm deflection
USE Ti Spin Stix QR, 59g, 2.0mm deflection
Zero Ti QR, 64g, 2.8mm deflection
X-lite Ti QR, 66g, 2.5mm deflection
Miche Ti QR, 78g, 2.1mm deflection
Ringle Ti Twisters QR, 90g, 2.7mm deflection
Curve Ti QR, 92g, 2.2mm deflection
Salsa Steel FlipOffs QR, 100g, 2.3mm deflection
Ringle Steel Cam Twist QR, 104g, 2.7mm deflection
Odyssey steel Svelte QR, 104g, 2.1mm deflection
Lynx Steel QR, 110g, 2.0mm deflection
Shimano Steel QR (old style), 164g, 1.9mm deflection."