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    Quote Originally Posted by Lombard View Post
    I can't count the number of times I have helped people change a flat and their QR was dangerously loose. Without lawyer tabs, these idiots would be dead.
    I see that as a good thing. Darwin at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyclingLymie View Post
    They should have kept you locked up at bikeforums net. This is the kind of stupid shite that gets posted over there.
    That is spot on.

    I am a member of RBR and Bike Forums, and every time I get a notification of activity on this thread, I always assume it is from BF at first.

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    I wonder why, motorcycle manufacturers don't use QR???


    Why quick release is a vastly superior design to thru-axle.-20111116_2767.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclostam View Post
    I wonder why, motorcycle manufacturers don't use QR???


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    go back to lurking.

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