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Halo XL Hex Key Skewer Set

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Available in a range of colours.

Anodised Alloy end cover and nut with Cr-Mo threaded rod using an Allen type Hex key fitting. Lightweight, sleek and an ideal upgrade for improved security - as there's no QR lever. The "Nut" features a steel Halo "no-turn tab", making doing up these Skewers and releasing them a lot easier than trying to hold the nut from spinning at the time.

Maximum dropout capacity:
- Front: 100mm; 11mm thick
- Rear: 135mm; 10mm thick
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Overall Product Rating 3 / 5
Only for super thick dropouts
By Mark
10 Jul 2018
3 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsOnly order XL if you have massively thick dropouts
ProsWell made, very light
I bought a pair of these in error. They are far too wide for my MTB. Fortunately the thread goes quite far along the skewer so I was able to cut the excess off (10mm from the rear, something like 30mm from the front). Suggest ordering the non-XL set unless you have REALLY REALLY thick dropouts.
Otherwise I am 100% happy with the skewers. Weight saving of 100g from a pair of steel Shimano QR skewers and a slight improvement in wheel security when I chain my bike up at the railway station.
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By Ciaran M
20 Feb 2018
3 / 5
I recommend this product
Fitted the front axle skewer. It fits and clamps the wheel in place.

The thread of the bolt extends somewhat significantly past the nut. I will probably cut the thread down so that it is flush with the outer edge of the nut. Obviously, this depends on the size of your fork dropout.
Questions & Answers (2)
This axle is compatible with trainer?
24 Nov 2019
I am sure you could, but its a pretty lightweight axle, we would not directly suggest it.

Thanks - 25/11/19
Are These The Correct Size For My Bike?
11 Apr 2014
What does the 100mm and 135mm refer to? Is it the gap in the frame/forks that the wheels fit between or is it the total skewer length? These don't look 11mm or even 10mm thick either... I'm a bit baffled. I need to replace the QR skewers on my mountain bike.

The 100mm and 135mm refer to the dropout spacing's, so yes, the gap between your frame/forks. The 11mm and 10mm is the maximum thickness of the frame/fork material at the dropout that is allowed to be used with these. These are quite thick dropouts hence why these are considered XL.