9mm Front QR Through Axle

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Description

For use with 9mm MTB hubs, this oversize QR with hollow steel axle is perfect for stiffening up your QR forks.

  • Weight: 78g

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

  • Gabor Kulcsar

    Posted on 28 August 2013

    3 stars
    The added stiffness is great, but the QR mech is squeaky and not very easy to operate (compared to the "etalon" XT QR mech), and the worst thing is that the nut is very slippery and hard to grab, since it is a flat, polished surface. This design I cannot understand why they did not copy the XT nut which is - again - lightyears better. Shouldn't have cost a penny to do it right. In the end I went f
  • Pedro Garcia

    Posted on 31 July 2013

    5 stars
    Much more comfortable than a dt swiss act as a much lower price. Very nice looking.
  • Tobias Nilsson

    Posted on 2 May 2013

    5 stars
    Made my fork a lot stiffer compared to standard QR's. Still in one piece, not expecting it to break though, feels sturdy.
  • Mark Robertson

    Posted on 27 February 2013

    5 stars
    At this price I got 2 to have a spare but its that good quality I think I wasted my money on the second one. Front end is loads stiffer.
  • David Sturge

    Posted on 8 September 2012

    4 stars
    Very simple and very effective for not much cash. Could be a little lighter but there's not a whole lot in it.. The red adds to the pimped look on my #2 FS. I did need a spacer to sit over the 9mm axle at each end to roughly centre the axle in the 15mm hole (Mavic AM 1800), before I tightened it up. Found some hard rubber sealing glands in my electrical junk box which did it for free...