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Juanmoretime said:
I just picked these up from www.fairwheelbikes.com. Lighter than advertised and they work very well. This with some tuning bolts I picked up have my bike down to 13.13 lbs. Putting on different tires when my Continental Sprinters wear out will have it at sub 13 lbs.

Here's a link to the current thread on t over at weight weenies:

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=12882
I am using the non quick release type at 28 grams. They work well after 1000 plus miles. What tires are you going to?
 

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Juanmoretime said:
I just picked these up from www.fairwheelbikes.com. Lighter than advertised and they work very well. This with some tuning bolts I picked up have my bike down to 13.13 lbs. Putting on different tires when my Continental Sprinters wear out will have it at sub 13 lbs.

Here's a link to the current thread on t over at weight weenies:

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=12882
They are uber nice, ain't they? They've got a very positive, progressive feel on the cam.....no question as to when you're closed.

And it's nice to see a manufacturer post accurate weights. My M2 skewers came in at 36g.
 

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homebrew said:
I am using the non quick release type at 28 grams. They work well after 1000 plus miles. What tires are you going to?
I haven't fully made up my mind yet although there are a few options. I would prefer all black tires. What I'm considering is either Tufo S3 or Continential Competition or possible Veloflex records although I'm open to suggestions.
 
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