Shimano XT M785 Quick Release Skewer
The Shimano XT M785 QR Skewer is based on the internal cam design created by Tullio Campagnolo many years ago. An internal cam is completely shielded from contamination, increasing the life of the skewer. It will also provide vastly more clamping force, holding your wheel tighter than "lightweight" external cam skewers. Pair this cam design with a durable steel shaft, and you've got a reliable skewer for both mountain and cyclocross.
- Manufacturer Part Number: Y2UB98010
- UPC: 689228947078
- Lengths: Front (for100mm Over-Locknut Diameter Hub) -133mm / Rear (for135mm Over-Locknut Diameter Hub)-173mm
- Claimed weight: F-57g / R-64g
PROS: Attractive Design, Easy To Install, Tight Clamping, Durable
BEST USES: Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Upgrade
over 2 years ago
Made a noticeable difference in stiffness compared to stock on my CX bike.
5 months ago
PROS: Attractive Design, Easy To Install, Durable, Lightweight
BEST USES: Casual Riding, Upgrade, Road Biking
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