10mm Rear QR Through Axle

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Description

For use with 10mm MTB hubs, this oversize QR with hollow steel axle is perfect for stiffening up your QR forks.

Weight: 110g 

Suitabilities

    Race

    Ultra lightweight components suitable for cross country racing only.

    XC

    Lightweight parts suitable for off-road cross country riding.

    AM

    Tough light to mid-weight components designed for off-road trail riding.

    Enduro

    Sturdy components suitable for long off-road descents.

    DH

    Ultra-tough components suitable for the harshest conditions and descents.

Reviews

  • Chris Young

    Posted on 27 December 2011

    5 stars
    This is simply a bargain! It has been in use since I built my bike 9 months ago. Why spend more when you can get a high quality piece of kit for next to nothing? They look great too! Go on, treat yourself!
  • David Senior

    Posted on 26 December 2011

    5 stars
    Have one of theses about 6 months now works perfect no problems, and I've not experienced any problems removing the nut the way other reviewers have. One of my friends also has one, his only complaint is the blue is slightly darker than his Hope hub. If only all our problems where so minor.
  • Mark Pitman

    Posted on 20 July 2011

    5 stars
    Ordered one of these with my Superstar rear wheelbuild (Dt Swiss 500 Switch Evo hub see review on wheels). Great quality for the money and really locks that back end up nice and tight.
  • Dean Penn

    Posted on 9 July 2011

    5 stars
    Fantastic service from Superstar, lightning fast delivery and excellent product. Was hoping to get a new Orange 5 this year with Maxle rear end, but couldn't afford it so converted the Hope Pro 2 on my 2008 5 Pro and fitted this 10mm QR instead. Result is a noticeably stiffer rear end with much tighter control. A no-brainer and bargain upgrade. Just do it!
  • Chris Young

    Posted on 12 May 2011

    5 stars
    Great quality, exactly what as described, great price! so why would you even consider buying another brand?