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    Jabbernutz

    Does anyone know what's a good replacement for the Jabbernutz on a first gen jabberwocky? And aside from a quick release on rear wheel is there a alternative. I know I can use a fixed axle bolt but is there something more pleasing to the eye than the bland steel color bolt? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by aloredojr View Post
    Does anyone know what's a good replacement for the Jabbernutz on a first gen jabberwocky? And aside from a quick release on rear wheel is there a alternative. I know I can use a fixed axle bolt but is there something more pleasing to the eye than the bland steel color bolt? Thanks


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    On my 1st gen Jabber, I replaced the Jabbernutz with the coolest anodized hardware I could find. If memory serves, the bolts are M4x35. QR wise- I only ran XT shimano style as they are the only style that will hold the wheel from shifting.
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    Thanks cstem, yeah after all the research I could do I figured as much. Thanks buddy.


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