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PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:18 pm 
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Does anyone have a Tranz-x security key for sale or I can borrow?
Mine got lost (I left my saddle bag open on a ride and found out at the bottom of the mountain!!!) and I need to take off my front wheel :?


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:50 pm 
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Anyone? :cry:


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Jam a screwdriver blade in there it should lock enough to take it of.
or as you're probably not going to be using them again, mole/vice grips on the other side will get it off.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:00 am 
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FluffyChicken wrote:
Jam a screwdriver blade in there it should lock enough to take it of.
or as you're probably not going to be using them again, mole/vice grips on the other side will get it off.


I'll try the screwdriver and mole grips. And no, I won't be using them again. Think I'll get some Halo's which use a standard allen-key.


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Just a reply to say that the grips worked to get them off :twisted:
SO, if anyone want some security skewers which have clamp marks on one end and no key, they're yours :lol:


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xizang wrote:
Just a reply to say that the grips worked to get them off :twisted:
SO, if anyone want some security skewers which have clamp marks on one end and no key, they're yours :lol:


Can you rip the axle part out and use that for something, or is the bolt head part of them?


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FluffyChicken wrote:
xizang wrote:
Just a reply to say that the grips worked to get them off :twisted:
SO, if anyone want some security skewers which have clamp marks on one end and no key, they're yours :lol:


Can you rip the axle part out and use that for something, or is the bolt head part of them?


The bolt-head is part of the axle.


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