Reviews for Mountain - Wheel Parts - Quick Releases

  • Mark Aldron

    Posted on 28 September 2010 about 9mm Front QR Through Axle

    4 stars
    This is a great product, has stiffened up my front end without having to buy new hubs or fork lowers. I converted my front hub by drilling out the 9 mm axle stubs (this can be done on some hubs, my hub is a Commen?al sealed, which I think is a rebadged formula). Great news ? no more loosening of the front wheel. I?m looking into a rear wheel 10 mm conversion next.
  • Sebastian Iwanicki

    Posted on 13 August 2010 about 10mm Rear QR Through Axle

    5 stars
    Hi, Bought it some time ago, instaled into Hope Pro II hub. Not much use so far but It survived Peak District beating without problems. Should be as an option for new Trizoid hubs. Not everybody got 12mm dropout but want stiffer rear end. Very pleased so far, after around 6 months using. Cheers! I.
  • Simon Elsey

    Posted on 10 August 2010 about 10mm Rear QR Through Axle

    5 stars
    Great axle, great price, fast devlivery. Works as it should no isues would recommend to anyone ... no more CRC for over priced parts which are out of stock... Thanks guys at SSC
  • Tony Fredrik Gjessv?g

    Posted on 25 April 2010 about 10mm Rear QR Through Axle

    5 stars
    After drilling, threading, and adding 2 10mm m4 screws (+ 2x2 m4 nuts for stacking) to the oval sides of the end nuts I now have a proper T-handle, and the QR is easy to unscrew whilst out on a ride. Make sure you drill only in the aluminum shell, not the inner steel part of the nuts. Alternatively, get hold of a M10 T-nut. I hope superstar makes changes to the nut in future editions, the DT RWS
  • Harold Psaila

    Posted on 6 April 2010 about 10mm Rear QR Through Axle

    5 stars
    Got this for my Specialized SX Trail and now I can remove both wheels without the need of any tools.Excellent value for money like most other stuff from SSC.
  • Tony Fredrik Gjessv?g

    Posted on 2 April 2010 about 10mm Rear QR Through Axle

    3 stars
    Great bargain, but the nut is too hard to grip when you need to remove your wheel out in the field without a huge monkey wrench in your camleback. It needs to be either narrower (like the RWS-nut), have "grip-grooves" machined in, or a T-nut design.

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