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    bmx socket-type axle nuts

    I just discovered 'em and thought I'd share. Haven't tried them, as I just purchased some Big Cheese alum nuts for my retroCog.

    These things are pretty cool. This is Primo's version, but some other BMX companies make similar nuts. BMX parts are fun!

    -rob in SF


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    Quote Originally Posted by rpet
    I just discovered 'em and thought I'd share. Haven't tried them, as I just purchased some Big Cheese alum nuts for my retroCog.

    These things are pretty cool. This is Primo's version, but some other BMX companies make similar nuts. BMX parts are fun!

    -rob in SF

    Nice but won't it be a bit heavy to lug around a socket wrench if you need to do a bit of trail side repair?

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