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Yes mate. Exactly the same as the one in the box. I've gone one in each bike, I just leave them in now.
By Tarka on 23 April 2014
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Hi, yes it should do. it is more to do with the axle width. My works with both 10/11 speed cassette.
By david vingoe on 29 June 2015
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If it is the skewer I think it is (I have a few knocking about) 150mm between the inner faces of the ends when in the closed position
By Bill on 08 March 2015
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165mm
By Eleanor L. on 11 July 2015
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Agree with Steve. I use it in a hybrid and the width of mount takes regular mountain bike tyres so this should work fine. Once in you shouldn't need to change it again either.
By CCR on 28 January 2016
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If u want to put your bike on a static indoor turbo trainer you will probably need a skewer like this for your back wheel to make sure it fits.
By Mr D on 21 February 2015
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Does what it says on the tin
By Kevin Foley on 09 July 2014
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