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Circuit Sports V2 Short Quick Release (BLACK)

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  • Anodized body

  • Aluminum Construction

  • Compatible with most wheels


Circuit Sports QRH-002K-GD V2 Short Quick Release (BLACK)
List Price: $110.00
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Circuit Sports V2 Short Quick Release (BLACK)

 

The newest version of the famed Circuit Sports Quick Release is finally here! Machined out of billet aluminum and can accomodate virtually all steering wheel patterns on the market, this is one quick release that is sure to not put a dent in your pocket book.  It also comes with the choice of anodized Blue, Black, Silver, and Red.

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By Ben

Aug 4, 2014

with the FET quick release discontinued, its either this or the nrg thin quick release (which is garbage) so i gave this a try, and its just as crappy, i was not too fond of the spike design around the ring, also the back of it has the connection points which has less clearance than the FET, so it can hit the steering nut if you are using a short hub, and i had a problem locking this, it was the ball bearings, so either had to take out the ball bearings, or you have to use a file to sand down where the ball bearings touch the base to give it extra mm's of space, so after paying money for this you got to spend some extra time/labour to fiddle with this thing to make it work