These are pretty cool Quick Releases



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Chris

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> http://www.woodmancomponents.com/products/items/2k2/qr/gator_f.html

They'd be better if there was some sort of lock-out that prevents opening...I know if I used them,
I'd snag a branch or something and pop it open, and I don't want to ride with an open QR. It'd
probably never happen, but I wouldn't chance it to sve two seconds.

However, if they put a little tab/button on the end that you could hold with your thumb while
opening the lever, then it'd be very slick.

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Russell Pinder

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> "Slacker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> > http://www.woodmancomponents.com/products/items/2k2/qr/gator_f.html
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> They'd be better if there was some sort of lock-out that prevents opening...I know if I used them,
> I'd snag a branch or something and pop it open, and I don't want to ride with an open QR. It'd
> probably never
happen,
> but I wouldn't chance it to sve two seconds.
>
> However, if they put a little tab/button on the end that you could hold
with
> your thumb while opening the lever, then it'd be very slick.

Or if it's something that really bothers you either buy a fork with no retention tabs or file them
off. Sorta seems like a solution looking for a problem.

Russ
 
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> Or if it's something that really bothers you either buy a fork with no retention tabs or file them
> off. Sorta seems like a solution looking for a problem.
>
> Russ

Good point, but they still look *****'n ;^ )
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