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Paul Component: Quick Release Skewers in Stock

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I am so, so, so stoked on the newest product from Chico, California component company, PAUL!

“Our first product in 1989 was a seat post quick release. Then came wheel q-r’s. They had the same internal cam design as Tulio’s. Yes, Paul is a huge fan of the man. Now, for our 25th anniversary we’ve updated the design and brought them back.

The stainless steel shafts screw into orange 7075 aluminum heads, which are oval putting the material where it’s needed and not where it isn’t. The handles are a stainless steel/aluminum affair for a good balance of ergonomics and weight savings. The nuts have a nice matching o-ring and a thread friction element to keep them in place after the wheels are removed. Sizes from 100 to 170mm. With a 190mm coming soon.”

Material:
Stainless Steel & 7075 Aluminum
Weight
100mm: 50 grams
135mm: 63 grams
170mm: 68 grams
Anodized color
Silver or Black

In stock now at PAUL!

  • colavitos_ghost

    i am the biggest paul freak there is, but i do wonder about the durability of that exposed o-ring in, say, cleveland winters…

  • david

    $50 for each skewer?

    • http://theradavist.com John Watson

      They’re really really nice man. And they’re made in the USA.

      • david

        Not complaining. Just curious.

  • ASSAD

    what sucks with 7075 small parts is that they oxidize rather quickly… especially thread-wise…

    • http://www.pedalroom.com/bike/fuji-track-10-2011-15436 Jaap

      I was thinking the same.. especially when used with stainless steel! The anodised parts will be ok, but the threads won’t